Hi there… It’s Esther TheEsthetician here,
In today’s blog post, we will be talking everything sunscreen for my melanin beauties. I will also give you some tips on how to find the right sunscreen for your delicate black/African American skin. As a woman with darker ethnic skin myself
SPF is the protection factor in the sunscreen.
SPF ONLY relates to UVB rays- “burning rays”.
Does everyone need to wear sunscreen?
YES! YES! YES! Including the #MelaninBeauties
UVA/UVB RAYS- WHAT is the difference?
UVA rays cause aging, while UVB rays cause burning.
UVA rays penetrate to the dermis of the skin, while UVB rays penetrate the epidermis.”
The epidermis is the top layer of the skin, the part of the skin you see.
The dermis is the second layer of skin. It’s much thicker and does a lot for your body.
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