How to apply sunscreen properly?
It is recommended that you use sunscreen every day when the UV Index is 3 or more. Sun protection should be a part of your daily morning routine on these days.
Sunscreen should be applied 20 minutes before UV exposure to create the intended protective barrier. It should be applied liberally and evenly to clean, dry skin.
For an adult, the recommended application is 5 ml (approximately one teaspoon) for each part of the body not covered by UV protection clothing. This equates to a total of 35 ml (approximately seven teaspoons) for application all over the body.
When spending time outdoors, sunscreen should always be reapplied at least every two hours, regardless of the water resistance of the sunscreen. Swimming, sports, sweating and drying towels can reduce the effectiveness of the product, so sun protection should always be reapplied after these activities.
While effective when used the right way, it is difficult to apply aerosol sunscreen correctly to achieve optimal protection. For this reason, it is not recommended.
Sunscreen is not armor. It should be used with clothes ideally anti-UV UPF50 + such as a t-shirt, a jumpsuit, a long-sleeved swimsuit ... But also with a wide-brimmed anti-UV hat, and sunglasses. Sun. At Ker-Sun, we offer a wide range of sun protection products for all your activities, and for all tastes.