We’re making assumptions here, but chances are if you’re reading this, you’re a sensitive-skinned soul, just like us. So you’ll know only too well that reactive skin doesn’t get a season off. In summer, there’s the prickliness, breakouts and red-hot-flushing. Winter winds and central heating can bring its own list of reactions to contend with. And remember that SPF you so regimentally applied to your face everyday last summer? That protection it gave you then is still very much needed in winter too. Here’s why you should use SPF in winter and how to include it into your winter skin care routine…
The long-term effects of UV damage
While you may not experience the tell-tale short term effects of sun damage (burn season is thankfully over for now), the cumulative impact of everyday exposure can lead to long-term damaging effects.
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