Singapore Women's Weekly

Here Comes THE SUN

By now, wearing sunscreen should already be part of your daily skincare regimen as it’s the best way to delay signs of skin ageing like pigmentation, dehydration, loss of firmness and fine lines. Unfortunately for many of us who favour instant gratification, wearing sunscreen doesn’t make skin look better in the short run, but yields long term skin benefits, allowing you to see results only five, 10 or even 20 years down the line.

There is also a fine art to ensuring complete and consistent sun protection, because if you’re going to do it half-heartedly or incorrectly, more often than not, your efforts against sun damage are wasted. Here, we explore how you can reap the best benefits from your sunscreen, protecting against light of all wavelengths and the importance of reapplication.


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