Using Derma Shield in Conjuction with Sun screen !!
Using Derma Shield in conjunction with sunscreen.
Sunscreen is crucial to skincare when out in the sun weather that be working or for leisure.When using Derma Shield in conjunction with a sunscreen, you should apply Derma Shield first. However, you should be aware of the following issues.
There are broadly two generic types of sunscreen.
The first broad generic type of sunscreen works by creating a physical block that reflects the sun’s UV rays. You can identify this type of sunscreen as its ingredients usually contain natural minerals such as titanium dioxide or zinc oxide. When used along with Derma Shield, these sunscreens will probably remain effective.
The second broad generic type of sunscreen works by bonding with your skin and absorbing the sun’s UV rays. You can identify this type of sunscreen as its ingredients usually contain chemicals such as avobenzone, Mexoryl SX, Tinosorb or oxybenzone. These products are likely to be impaired by any pre-application of Derma Shield and are unlikely to provide their intended protection.
Unfortunately, there are so many sunscreen products on the market, using a variety and mix of different ingredients, that I cannot give a more precise answer than this.
After sun care
Derma Shield is very good when it comes to after sun care. It has a number of ingredients that are great to help the skin recover from a day in the sun, one of these is Aloe Vera.
Aloe vera is touted as the “burn plant,” the perfect natural remedy for a bad sunburn, and according to some studies aloe vera can help. Initial research has shown aloe vera aids the skin in healing from sunburns and mild burns.
Once you have tried the product for yourself, perhaps you would let us know how you get on?
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