These days, most of us are pretty good at reaching for the sun cream when temperatures start to rise. You may even have a routine you follow for when and where you apply it. But the chances are you may be missing some vital areas, leaving parts
Sun bathers beware - we all know the sun's harsh UV rays aren't good for our skin, but research is saying some damage could be avoided if your sun cream is applied properly. Enter the 'teaspoon method.'
Country singer and reality star Jesse James Decker stirred up some questions about her parenting skills when she posted her 4-year-old daughter with a deep suntan.
Transgender activist Caitlyn Jenner has highlighted the importance of correct sun care, after undergoing treatment for skin damage.
For most parents, the sun getting his hat on is the cue to slather the kids in factor 50 suncream.We all know the dangers of sun exposure and the fact that sunburn in childhood has been strongly linked to the development of skin cancer in later years.But there’s much more to sun protection than just slapping on the sun screen and it turns out there are a few skincare gaffes we’re all making when it comes to keeping our kids sun safe.So as the school holidays are almost upon us, we spoke to the experts to sort through the six most common suncream mistakes parents are making and how to become more sun savvy this summer.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Why it’s normal to feel grumpy in the heatThe big-brand suncream not living up to its SPF claimsWhat does the SPF number on your sun cream actually mean?
With promise of more sun to come in the UK (and hopefully a holiday abroad for a lot of us), it’s time to begin the age-old quest of finding a sun cream that actually works.The unpredictability of the British weather doesn’t help. One minute, we’re overheating with a nationwide search for fans. The next, we’re wrapping up in jumpers and praying that the office air con would just break.We’ve tried and tested a range of sunscreens – from high-end to high street – for a variety of tasks including the usual sunbathing and even a day-long bike ride.Here are the ultimate products that’ll stop you from burning this summer.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:These horrifying sunburn photos will make you stock up on sunscreen fastWhat does the SPF number on your sun cream actually mean?The big-brand sun cream not living up to its SPF claims
The model, Rayssa Teixeira Melo, a YouTube and Instagram personality, appears on the show in a bikini. Within just a few minutes, Melo transforms from being a willing model for the proper application of a sunscreen product to uncomfortable to understandably enraged. At the end of the long video clip, the show’s hosts reveal the truth: The entire shoot was apparently a prank.
Acne scars fade overtime (depending on severity) but there are few things you can do to speed up the healing process. Protect your skin from these harmful rays by using broad-spectrum sunscreen. My absolute favourite exfoliating pads are Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare’s Alpha Beta® Peel, Extra Strength Daily Peel.
A new blow-up slide sprays SPF 50 as you go down it, instantly protecting your skin from sunburn. All we want to know is, where can we get our hands on one?