ALL GOOD THINGS FOR YOUR SKIN
Plum is rich in antioxidants that help shield your skin from harmful sun rays. It increases the blood flow on the skin and helps in the generation of new skin cells. The Vitamin-E and beta carotene in plum improves the overall complexion of the skin by removing freckles and darkspots easily.It rejuvenates the dull skin by flushing out toxins and soothes varied skin allergies.
How to use?
How does it fit in my day?
Step 1: Apply "Safe Sun Sunscreen Cream SPF 30 PA++" liberally on your face, neck and other exposed areas on your body.
Step 2: It works effectively when applied 15 minutes before going outdoors.
Step 3: Keep applying once every 2 hours for better protection from UV rays.
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A: Yes, sunscreens should be applied daily to protect the skin from the sun’s harsh sun rays.
A: Yes, it is suggested that you wait at least 20 minutes after applying sunscreen to allow the sunscreen to properly soak into your skin and give effective UV protection.
A: Ultraviolet rays, which you are exposed to every day, raise your chances of skin cancer and ageing. This solar damage accumulates over time. So if you apply sunscreen everyday, you can help prevent and save yourself from skin cancer, premature aging and other skin conditions.
A: Apply about a tablespoon of sunscreen to your face after gathering the cream. Do not apply a large lump of sunscreen to your face; instead, dot your face with sunscreen using your fingertips and gently massage it in.
A: Without a doubt! You may also use sunscreen before applying makeup since it will serve as a good base for the makeup.
A: Yes, even if it's cloudy and foggy outside, you should use sunscreen since we don't know which wavelength of UV light causes skin cancer, and wavelengths may still pass through those grey clouds and be absorbed by your skin.