In summer, since we tend to expose to the sun more often, one of the biggest concerns is the appearance of dark spots on our skin
This year July and August, showed up with high temperatures giving us sleepless nights because of heat waves. The result?
Summer brings out the desire to feel the sea even in our hair... even if you’re not spending you holidays at the seaside
The number that is usually printed on sunscreens are protective factors which are obviously assigned after passing an international test (the COLIPA test method), which consists in applying 2 mg of product in a square cm of skin and expose it to a sun simulator
We all know that Sun is life, and it is good for us and our health as it allows us to develop vitamin D, to lift our mood etc. However, if we get too much sun exposure, it can harm our skin and eyes. What does that mean?