Why do you need to wear an SPF every day?
In the short term, sun exposure can cause the production of free radicals which damage skin cells membranes causing inflammation and yes – that burn.
In the long term, proteins such as collagen and elastin become damaged, changing the skin’s actual structure, hence causing premature aging. DNA in skin cells can also become modified, potentially leading to higher risk of skin cancer.
Not just for sunny days, SPF protects skin year round from UVA and UBV rays as well as against oxidative damage caused by blue light and infra-red radiation.
*Research conducted by Pai Skincare, 471 UK Female Respondents.