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Protextrem is much more than just a sunscreen; it is the photoprotector that offers an additional benefit to each person according to their needs. There are many types of sunscreens with different types of filters, the most common being physical filters, which reflect the radiation, dispersing it, and chemical filters, which absorb the energy from UV radiation. As a whole, sunscreens are considered to be safe molecules. However, the use of some chemical filters such as oxybenzone or octocrylene is controversial, especially in young children and sensitive or reactive skins, due to a greater probability of skin absorption and allergic reactions, and also in those with problems with the integrity of the stratum corneum.
For every skin type protextrem® offers a specific, unique and specially developed solution to meet your needs. protextrem®, much more than just a sunscreen. With more than twenty-five years of experience creating and manufacturing dermocosmetics, we are present in more than ninety countries around the world, because our aim is to ensure the care of people and improve their quality of life.
In order to minimise all these risks, it is recommended to use protective pads with physical filters on sensitive skin. Inorganic filters, such as zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, have the advantage of being very photostable and do not cause allergic reactions. Emulsions incorporating inorganic filters would be best suited to avoid sensitisation, irritation and photoallergy.
1. Apply sunscreen 30 minutes before sun exposure. Most pads take a few minutes before they take effect.
2. Allow to dry thoroughly before dressing to facilitate absorption.
3. How much sunscreen do you apply? We make the mistake of not wearing enough. We must do it by dividing our body into 11 zones. We tell you in our computer graphics!
4. The areas that require the most sunscreen are the upper ones because they come into contact with the sun earlier, so you should start there.
5. Apply sunscreen by massaging the skin in circles and with your fingers together to make it easier for you to cover a wider area.
6. Don't forget to protect your neck, ears, eyelids, lips, hands and feet - these areas can also burn! Beware of the nose as it tends to burn more than the rest of the face, so apply extra protection.
7. On cloudy days you should also use your sunscreen. 90% of ultraviolet rays can pass through clouds.
8. Perfumes can cause spots if you use them when your skin is exposed to the sun. You'd better avoid them.
9. Remember to apply sunscreen every 2 hours so that it does not lose its effect.