How do I choose a sunscreen for my skin type?
DID YOU KNOW?
We all have a different ''skin's sun exposure capacity'' (capital soleil) that we progressively exhaust with repeated exposure.
Although our skin can repair some of the damage caused by UVA and UVB rays, it cannot do so indefinitely. Which is why it’s important to help maintain this ''skin's sun exposure capacity'' with suncare products adapted to your skin type. The paler your skin is, the higher the SPF of your sunscreen must be. Make sure you reapply the sunscreen often, so choose a texture that is pleasant and you are comfortable with.
WHAT TO DO:
In order to protect your skin adequately, choose a sunscreen with a high SPF and make sure you reapply it several times during the day, at least every two hours.
Since you must apply your sunscreen often, choose a product with a texture that you like. If your skin is oily, choose a product that has a fluid and mattifying texture. If it’s dry, choose a rich cream or milk.