A Personal Retake on Sunscreen: It’s About Why and How

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  1. AK says:

    Thanks for sharing the article on sunscreens. My skin is very sensitive and am reactive to most of the sunscreens available in the market. It’s hard to find one without alcohol. Do let me know if you have any recommendations.

    • Wonect Team says:

      Hi AK, thank you very much for reading!

      What good timing too! Because my colleague just finished looking at some of the products from Biore.
      We were thinking that the burden of normal sunscreens might be too heavy for your sensitive skin too.
      Have you tried Biore UV Mild Care Milk? (not trying to sell you this, but to show you how it looks :p)

      It is gentler on the skin, and is free from alcohol. You will see this in next week’s article, but it is marketed for children use, so moms can go out with their children, and can bring just one bottle. Children too have more sensitive skin, so we’d agree that adults with sensitive skin and children should use mild sunscreens like this.

      You might be worried about the protection levels of the Biore UV Mild Care Milk, because it is SPF30 / PA++ (compared to the majority of sunscreens boasting SPF50 / PA++++). No worries for SPF30, because it does cut 97% of UVB rays (SPF50+ is 98% and above). PA++ is on the other hand cuts about 75-88% of UVA (PA++++ is about 94% and above). In fact, SPF50/PA++++ might be too heavy a burden for your skin.

      If you decide to give the Mild Care Milk a try, what we’d also suggest is complementing this through clothing and accessories, which includes headwear, or even umbrellas that provide UV protection.

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