What other non-sunscreen products protect us from sun damage, reduce the risk of skin cancer, prevent the onset of wrinkles prematurely, and act immediately after use? Most of us have a laid back attitude when it comes to sunbathing or sunbathing. But if you want to keep your skin glowing and healthy for a long time, you should also use sunscreen daily. Sunscreen protects your skin and reduces the risk of skin cancer and pre-skin cancer. Using sunscreen in combination with other sunscreens, such as wearing dark clothing and sunglasses, reduces the harmful effects of sun exposure. In fact, the Skin Cancer Foundation claims that sunscreen reduces the risk of skin cancers such as melanoma and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). As well as sun spots that can be a precursor to skin cancers. With more than 1,500 Australians dying from melanoma each year, it’s worth it to use sunscreen every few hours – it can really save your life. Sunlight is made up of two types of harmful UVA and UVB rays. UVA rays are associated with long-term skin damage such as wrinkles and are also associated with some skin cancers. However, it is UVB rays that are responsible for sunburn and are thought to cause most skin cancers. In addition to being painful, sunburn is directly related to the deadliest and worst types of cancer. Even if you get a sunburn once, it increases the risk of skin cancer. This is because when human skin absorbs the sun’s ultraviolet rays, it damages the genetic material of skin cells. Fortunately, Bibi Acne Cream is suitable for oily and irritated skin and protects the skin from ultraviolet rays by absorbing, reflecting or scattering sunlight. Prolonged exposure to UVA rays will age your skin and lead to loss of collagen and skin elasticity. In fact, almost 90% of the visible signs of aging are caused by sun damage. By including BB Acne Cream suitable for oily and irritated skin in your daily skin care routine, you will eliminate the early signs of aging with minimal effort.
How to use Bibi New Acne Cream for oily and irritated skin
Massage a small amount of BB cream on the sides of the face and use a make-up shot for better coverage afterwards.