UV Lights in Winter
- Apply sunscreen on 30minutes-1hour before sun exposure
- I know it can be sticky, but do apply generously. Most people under apply sunscreen and don't get the full protection of it
- Reapply every 2-3 hours
- A sunscreen of SPF 15 for daily usage is also recommended.
Using a sunscreen of SPF 15 is sufficient for winter. A good sunscreen would be the Waterwhite Brightening Lotion SPF 15 by H2O.
And while you are at it, don't forget your eyes, this is where the first sign of aging shows! Try Waterwhite Brightening Eye Cream SPF 12 also by H2O.
All these H2O products are all oil free, so you won't have to worry about blocking your pores or anything if you have oily/combination skin (like yours truly). And this eye cream is not too strong either, at our age using a too strong eye cream will lead to bumps under our eyes!
Note: I know that all that has been recommended are whitening products also, but they just happen to be so. The authors of this blog does not believe that a whitening product actually exists.