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  • What is SPF?
    SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor. It is a measure of how well a sunscreen will protect your skin from harmful UV rays. The SPF number indicates the percentage of UV rays that will be blocked by sunscreen. 
  • What is the difference between SPF 30 and SPF 50?
    The difference is 1% protection from the sun. SPF 30 blocks 97% of the harmful rays and SPF 50 blocks 98% of the harmful rays. No sunscreen can give you 100% sun protection.
  • Should I wear sunscreen if I am wearing makeup?
    Yes, sunscreen should be worn even when you are wearing makeup. The order of application is to apply sunscreen before your makeup.
  • Should I mix my sunscreen with my makeup?
    Absolutely not sunscreen should NOT be mixed with any product because it should not be diluted. Sunscreen should be applied separately as the layering ensures adequate sun protection.
  • Who needs to wear sunscreen?
    Everyone!. All races, all skin tones, men & women.
  • Do I need to wear sunscreen every day?
    Yes, sunscreen should be worn every day, irrespective of the season to protect your skin from the sun’s harmful ray that cause premature aging, damage and skin cancer. Sunscreen is also important to maintain a healthy skin.
  • Should I apply sunscreen before or after moisturiser?
    Sunscreen should be worn after your moisturiser
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