Dermalogica’s Porescreen is a multitasking sunscreen that delivers SPF 40 protection, while supporting healthy-looking pores, minimizing their appearance with a blurring, primer-like effect, and enhancing skin tone with a hint of tint for radiant skin.
Benefits of Porescreen
- High protection against UVA and UVB rays
- Blurs skin while supporting healthy-looking pores
- Enhances skin with primer-like effect and hint of tint for sheer finish
- Zinc Oxide: Physical sunscreen that helps protect against UVA and UVB rays.
- Niacinamide: Helps reduce sebum oil and improves the appearance of pores. Maintains hydrated skin by strengthening the skin barrier and reducing Transepidermal Water Loss (TEWL).
- Green Microalgae, Squalene, antioxidant Vitamin E blend: Moisturizes, softens, and smooths skin.
Why Porescreen Sunscreen is important for your face
- Protection against harmful UV rays: Sunscreen helps protect your skin from the damaging effects of ultraviolet (UV) rays, which are emitted by the sun. UV rays can cause sunburn, premature aging, wrinkles, dark spots, and even skin cancer. By applying sunscreen, you create a barrier that reflects or absorbs these rays, reducing their impact on your skin.
- Prevention of sunburn: The delicate skin on your face is particularly susceptible to sunburn. Sunburn not only causes discomfort but also damages the skin cells and increases the risk of developing skin cancer. Applying sunscreen with a sufficient sun protection factor (SPF) can help prevent sunburn.
- Minimization of premature aging: Exposure to the sun’s UV rays accelerates the aging process of your skin. It can lead to the development of fine lines, wrinkles, sagging skin, and age spots. Regularly using sunscreen on your face can help minimize these signs of premature aging and keep your skin looking younger for longer.
- Prevention of skin discoloration: Sunscreen can help prevent or reduce skin discoloration caused by sun exposure. It can minimize the appearance of dark spots, hyperpigmentation, and melasma, giving your skin a more even tone.
- Lower risk of skin cancer: Prolonged and unprotected exposure to the sun’s UV rays increases the risk of developing skin cancer, including melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. Sunscreen acts as a protective barrier and significantly reduces this risk, especially when used consistently and in combination with other sun protection measures.
It’s important to apply sunscreen generously to your face, neck, and any other exposed areas of skin.
Remember to reapply it every two hours or more frequently if you’re sweating or swimming.