It is almost like a tradition to lather on sunscreen while you are on the beach and basking in the sun while trying to get that perfect tan on your skin.
A Mullica Hill doc says that taking appropriate precautions could help in reducing skin aging and help you save yourself from becoming a prey to skin cancer.
According to Dr. Pooja Malik, an Aesthetic Physician with Mullica Hill Skin Care, a few people argue or are against the benefits of using sunscreens. She thinks that what is inside that tube could also help in keeping other skin-related problems at bay.
Malik even said that a sunscreen that provides protection against the ill-effects of sunrays, and then there are sunscreens available that are water resistant, can also give an extra barrier that helps in keeping safe any bleaching effects of pool water.
A Consumer Reports study named Banana Boat Sport Performance Continuous, Walgreens' Sport Continuous, Up & Up Sport Continuous and Aveeno Continuous Protection as 2010's top sunscreens.
The products were examined for how well UVA and UVB rays could be obstructed and how well SPF, sun protection factor, could last in water, i. e. for 40 to 80 minutes.
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