All of the sunscreens in our store protect you from both UVA and UVB rays.
Confused by SPF Factors and sunscreen ingredients? Dr. Reath explains what to look for in a daily sunscreen in the video below.
Did you Know? The majority of people in the United States have more facial wrinkles on the left side than the right side. Any guesses as to why?
It has to do with driving. If you spend a lot of time driving a car, the left side of your face is exposed more frequently to damaging UVA rays than the right. Many of us don't think to put on sunscreen when we are out running errands even if we would never go without it at the beach. Since UVA rays travel through glass, and most sunscreens protect you only from UVB rays, it is important to choose a product which blocks out the UVA's.