Myth about sunscreen
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Myth: Sunscreen doesn’t need to be applied indoors

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When we’re cozy in the comfort of our homes, the thought of the sun goes out the window, literally! But, there is more than what meets the eye when it comes to UVA and UVB protection by using sunscreen inside the house. Let’s explore the facts!

Sunscreen is probably one of the most significant products in your skincare and makeup arsenal. It’s small but it’s definitely mighty, and without its powers the rest of your routine is rendered useless. However, it’s also important that you feel how much sunscreen you would need to take since it has to cover all your skin – including your ears and the back of your neck.

There are multiple studies by dermatologists all over the world who have noted vast changes on the skin without the usage of sunscreen that damages the skin’s barrier, causing discoloration, pigmentation and in extreme cases skin cancer as well. So, slather up and stay safe!


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Ayesha Tamboowalla
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Ayesha is a writer at Nua. A self-proclaimed ambivert, she loves reading with a cup of coffee in one hand and caressing her foster animals with the other.
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