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frequently asked questions

What is the purpose of using sunscreen?

You need sunscreen cream and SPF to protect the skin from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays that can cause sunburn, skin damage, aging, and increased risk of skin cancer. For body, you also need sunscreen lotion to prevent sun damage.

How often should I reapply sunscreen?

It is recommended to reapply sunscreen every 2 hours or immediately after swimming or sweating.

What SPF should I use for everyday use and for extended sun exposure?

For everyday use, an SPF of 30 is recommended, while for extended sun exposure, an SPF of 50 or higher is recommended.

Can I use sunscreen daily?

Yes, it is safe to use sunscreen daily, especially if you are spending time outdoors or in bright sunlight. Look for sunscreens for everyday use that are lightweight and leave no white cast.

Can I use sunscreen if I have sensitive skin?

Yes, you can use sunscreen even if you have sensitive skin, but it is recommended to choose a product specifically formulated for sensitive skin, and to perform a patch test to check for any adverse reactions.

Can I wear makeup with sunscreen?

Yes, you can wear makeup on top of the sunscreen. Opt for sunscreen without a white cast for best results.

Which is better SPF 30 or SPF 50?

Both SPF 30 and SPF 50 provide adequate protection from harmful UV rays, but SPF 50 offers slightly more protection. It is recommended to choose a sunscreen SPF 50 or higher for extended sun exposure and to reapplication every 2 hours. However, if you are looking for sunscreen for oily skin or are mostly staying indoors, you can also use an SPF 35.

What sunscreen should I use for oily skin?

To buy sunscreens for oily skin, look for a product that is non-greasy, lightweight, and leaves no white cast. You can try the Plum Cica & Hyaluronic Acid SPF 50 PA+++ Sunscreen. It is enriched with the goodness of cica and hyaluronic acid. It contains new-gen filters that protect your skin without being heavy on your skin.

Should I use sunscreen if my face is oily?

yes, you should never skip sunscreen, whatever your skin type. If you are looking for specific skin concerns, like sunscreen for oily skin or sunscreen for sensitive skin, read the labels. Ensure it has skin-loving ingredients like cica, hyaluronic acid, niacinamide, green tea, etc., that soothe the skin and protect it from sun damage.

all you need to know about sunscreen

Sunscreen is a skincare product designed to protect the skin from the harmful effects of the sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays. UV rays from the sun can cause damage to the skin, including sunburns, premature ageing, and an increased risk of skin cancer. By using sunscreen, you can reduce the risk of these harmful effects and maintain the health of your skin.

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best plum sunscreen as per skin type with benefits

sunscreen

skin type

benefits

Cica & Hyaluronic Acid SPF 50 PA+++ Sunscreen

all skin types

water-light, non- sticky, new gen filters

Squalane & Vitamin E SPF 50 PA+++ Dewy-Bright Sunscreen

dry, sensitive skin

hydrates skin, new-gen filters, non -sticky

2% Niacinamide & Rice Water SPF 50 PA+++ Hybrid Sunscreen

all skin types

reduces blemishes & brightens skin

Green Tea Day-Light Sunscreen Gel SPF 35 PA+++

oily, acne-prone, combination skin

ultra-light gel texture, no white cast, fights pimples

Chamomile and White Tea Sheer Matte Day Cream SPF 50

normal skin soothes and calms skin

Bright Years All Day Defence Cream SPF 45 PA+++

mature skin

fights sun damage and signs of ageing