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Do Sunscreens Work?

Though sunscreen is not that old, zinc oxide continues to be considered one of the best all-natural sunscreen ingredients obtainable to consumers. Not only can it block both UVA and UVB radiation that are responsible for leading to skin cancer and other types of damage, but it is also resistant to water and ultra violet damage. For these reasons, many people consider it to be one of the best products available for daily protection from the sun’s harmful rays. But, as with everything else, there are hundreds of different brands to choose from. So, how does one find the best products, which will deliver all of these great benefits, in a reliable and cost effective manner?

Zinc Oxide

First, I would like to tell you about my personal experience using zinc oxide sunscreen. I have used several different brands over the past year or so and was able to provide you with some of the information below regarding my experience with various brands. I am writing this to help you make an informed decision when choosing a brand of sunscreen for daily use. My recommendations, based on my own experience, are as follows:

For those with sensitive skin, it is important to choose sunscreens with an SPF rating of at least fifteen. Though zinc oxide can prevent burning and other serious damage to your skin, it is still quite harmful if not given an SPF rating of at least twenty. There are many excellent all natural sunscreens out there that have been formulated with ingredients such as zinc oxide and vitamin E, which are beneficial to those with sensitive skin.

The first step that anyone with skin problems should take when thinking of taking zinc oxide or any other all natural sunscreen is to speak to a dermatologist. Dermatologists can offer advice on the best products for your particular skin type. When taking zinc supplements, it is also very important to eat a balanced diet, pay attention to your stress levels, and make sure you get enough sleep. All of these actions will help you maintain proper internal health, which in turn will affect your skin.

My experience with Zinc Oxide has been wonderful! I purchased a small bottle around the time that the big national recall occurred. I continued to use the sunscreen during my pregnancy, as I had already been taking vitamin D supplements for several years. I did experience some burning at the beginning after applying the sunscreen, however after a few days my skin felt much healthier.

As you can see from my experience, Zinc Oxide is by far the best sunscreen for all skin types. It also seems to work better for some people than others. If you have sensitive skin, then you may want to avoid Zinc Oxide. If you are fair skinned, then Zinc Oxide may cause your skin to turn slightly pink. My best recommendation would be to try several brands of sunscreen before deciding.

The combination of zinc oxide, Vitamin E, and an ingredient called PABA (Para Amino Benzoic) helps fight off skin cancer. Zinc Oxide and PABA are both natural products, which means there is no risk of allergic reactions or irritation. With so many options for healthy and natural products, including sunscreens, it makes sense that consumers have more choices today than ever before.

Some people might benefit more from one brand than another. For example, someone who is fair skinned and has a history of dry and flaky skin might benefit more from Zinc Oxide than someone who has oily skin and is more likely to develop acne. Another benefit might be the ability to use the product more frequently. For example, someone with oily skin might benefit from using sunscreen twice a day, while someone with dry skin might benefit more from using sunscreen daily. If you have any other special concerns or medical conditions, make sure to discuss them with your doctor. This is especially important if you have been diagnosed with a more serious condition or if you are using prescription medication.

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