Mineral vs. synthetic sunscreen ingredients
The research is clear: you need to wear sunscreen every day, rain or shine, to prevent both skin cancer and skin’s premature ageing. But what if you don’t like wearing sunscreen, even though you know you should?
Are sunscreens safe?
Yes, sunscreens are safe for everyone. In fact, when applied as they should be (which is described on every sunscreen’s label) they save lives and prevent an extensive range of skin problems.
Does sunscreen expire? How to recognise if your SPF has gone bad
If you’ve got a collection of sunscreens in your bathroom cabinet left over from last summer and beyond, you may want to think twice before you put any on your skin and head out into the sunshine.
How should you use a sunscreen product?
Paula’s Choice is more than happy to provide you with information about products with sun protection, so that every day you can ensure you give your skin ...
How Sun Protection Factor (SPF) Works
We all recognise the importance of protecting skin with SPF products. But understanding how they actually work is a little more complicated. In this article, ...
Everyone knows what sunburn feels like. It can be awful. Of course prevention is always better than a cure, but fortunately there are things you can do to heal your skin if you do get sunburned.
Vitamin D: The Sunshine Vitamin
Vitamin D is the one essential nutrient that's linked to getting routine sun exposure. But before you skimp on sunscreen and head outdoors to bask in the sun (as you might have read you should ...