The sun’s rays can give a beautiful tan, but the harm they cause to the body far exceeds the benefits. It has been scientifically proven that ultraviolet radiation causes hyperpigmentation and photoaging of the skin, provokes the appearance of wrinkles, early rosacea, and often leads to the development of melanoma. At the same time, the skin is most exposed to ultraviolet rays of the UVA and UVB spectrum in spring, when the body is weakened after a long winter, and this greatly increases the risks. But a high-quality sunscreen with the right SPF will neutralize harmful UV radiation and help maintain beauty and health.
Body cream (SUN30) of increased intensity — prevents photoaging and sunburn, accelerates the regeneration of the skin, designed specifically for a beach holiday.
Face cream (SUN30) is a certified product that guarantees maximum protection.
Radiant cream (SUN15) for hands and body — contains only mineral filters and gives the skin a healthy look.
Light milk (SUN20) — thanks to its special structure, it is instantly absorbed and cares for the skin, suitable for children.
All brand products provide protection from UVA and UVB rays, do not contain parabens, synthetic additives and fragrances, are invisible on the skin after application, suitable for both women and men.
Formulas and Special Ingredients
The effectiveness of sunscreens depends on their composition. The MADARA brand offers products with natural mineral filters, caring ingredients and innovative ingredients, which include northern snakehead stem cells. It is a unique natural antioxidant that triggers the mechanism of cell regeneration, protects the skin microbiome and prevents its premature aging.
How to choose the degree of protection?
The lighter the skin, the less melanin it produces, and the higher, respectively, the Sun Protection Factor (sun protection factor) of a cosmetic product should be. Therefore, when choosing a cream with SPF, it is necessary to take into account the skin phototype, of which there are six. Phototypes 1, 2 and 3 include white-skinned people who need maximum protection from ultraviolet radiation — for them, a cream with SPF 50+ is the best solution. Representatives of the 4th and 5th phototype are suitable for products with a protection factor of 30. As for swarthy people (6th phototype), it is enough for them to use cosmetics with Sun Protection Factor 15 and 20.
Rules for applying sunscreen
To maximize the effect of using an SPF cream, you need to follow a few simple rules:
— use the product daily on all open areas of the body;
— apply before leaving the house, and while relaxing on the beach (especially after swimming and wiping with a towel), periodically renew the protective layer;
— when making up, apply over moisturizer.