Protecting the skin from UVA and UVB rays does not mean that you are completely saved. See below skin types, find yours and choose your protector:
Normal skin: Smooth and healthy. It is one that has a controlled level of oiliness. Serum, lotion or spray filters are recommended because they are more resistant to sweat and water.
Oily skin: Excessive glow and excessive oiliness in the “t zone” (forehead, nose and chin) are some of the main characteristics of oily skin. Those who have these complaints should opt for a protector that does not clog pores, such as gel-based, without fat or alcohol. Light versions such as gel-cream, oil free, serum and musse are the most suitable.
Dry skin: The most prone to premature aging. Its main feature is the tendency to get pulled back, in addition to rough touch and dry look. To maintain hydration, the ideal one is to opt for a sunscreen in the cream version and that contains water and oil in its composition.
Sensitive skin: Its main characteristic is hyperreactivity and intolerance. To regulate sensitivity, the best protectors are those that have no perfume and have neutral formulation. The lotion and gel-cream versions are the most indicated.
Clear skin: This is the tone most sensitive to the sun. The tendency is for it to turn red, instead of tanning. It is irritated when exposed to the sun and is very susceptible to skin cancer. The minimum factor indicated is the SPF 90.
Clear skin: It has a low tendency to tan and burns very easily. You are at high risk for skin cancer. The protection factor indicated is the SPF 60.
Dark Skin: This darker tone hides the effects of photoaging and shows ease in tanning. The application of the sunscreen above the SPF 45 is indispensable.