Want to get a beautiful tan or keep the “interesting pallor”? Choose Sanskrin with optimal SPF – we will show you how to do it, and explain why sunblock does not exist, as well as present the top 10 best tanners, according to
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- Tanning cream: types and composition
- Degree of protection SPF: what is it
- How to choose the right sunblock for the face
- After sun face cream
- Top 10 sun creams for the face
Tanning cream: types and composition
In sunscreens, sunscreens are the main active ingredient. To date, there are two types of filters that pursue the same goal (to protect the skin from ultraviolet radiation), but go to it in different ways.
Sunblock provides protection from the sun © iStock
Physical (mineral) filters are crushed minerals – titanium dioxide and zinc oxide. They do not penetrate the epidermis, reflect the sun’s rays from the surface of the skin, give it a whitish tint, are well tolerated by sensitive skin, have poor water resistance.
Additional active ingredients
Also included in the formulas are components that give caring properties to a sunburn:
minerals control shine;
antioxidants prevent photoaging, including wrinkles and pigmentation;
acids stimulate the regeneration of the skin and serve to prevent inflammation;
hyaluronic acid and glycerin moisturize;
oils soften and retain moisture.
Degree of protection SPF: what is it
Sun Protection Factor (sun protection factor) indicates the amount of UVB rays that the cream blocks. For example:
The abbreviation PPD (PA in the Asian market) indicates the degree of protection from the rays of the spectrum A. They do not cause burns, are not responsible for tanning, but provoke photo-aging, hyperpigmentation and skin neoplasms. If the ratio of SPF and PPD of the product tends to