SkinHealth recommends using one of our sunscreens year round. Even if you stay indoors, if you work or sit near a sunny window, drive in your car, or walk to the comer to mail a letter, you are being radiated and need protection for your face, hands and any other exposed areas. Damage from UVA is cumulative.
There are several ingredients that will protect against UVA rays:
  • Micronized Zinc Oxide - Cheryl's favorite because it is the most protective!

  • Micronized Titanium Oxide 

  • Avobenzone (Parsol 1789)

SkinHealth has sunscreens with each of those ingredients so you can choose the one you prefer.

What to look for in your sunscreen: 

A sunscreen that protects against both UVA and UVB rays is referred to as a broad spectrum sunscreen. However, not all broad spectrum sunscreens are created equal. It is important to read labels and compare to determine the percentage of zinc oxide, titanium oxide or Parsol. If the percentages aren’t listed, be wary; you may not be getting enough protection. SkinHealth sunscreens contain some of the highest levels of protection available.

Remember that an SPF factor does not tell you if your sunscreen has a high level of protection from UVA rays!

There is also growing research that shows topical antioxidants can help reduce sun damage. Although antioxidants don’t replace the need to use sunscreens, when used in combination with them, they may enhance effectiveness.

Say YES to sun protection!

Offer ends on May 31, 2021.