With the recent weather reports claiming the summer of 2015 is the hottest period of the decade, we want to help our readers have a burn-free summer with our selection of sunscreen products. After many researches, we have limited our selection to only three sunscreen lotions that we think offer the best protection against UVA and UVB rays.
History keeps repeating itself every summer with doctors warning people not to expose themselves too much or too often in the sun. By now, you probably know that the safest way to prevent skin cancer is to avoid direct sun exposure during the 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. time interval when sunlight is too dangerous.
A recent medical research has also pointed out that most people wrongfully choose their sunscreen lotions based on the UVA protection they provide. Recent investigations indicated that both UVA and UVB rays are noxious and, for that matter, the skin products we select have to have broad-spectrum protection.
These lotions are usually the best, but they still contain chemicals that may be noxious for the skin during and after sun exposure. The products we have selected contain few natural ingredients, so we believe they represent the safest choices in point of sunlight protection.
- Badger Sport Sunscreen Lotion
Zinc-based sunscreen lotions are the best simply because this mineral ensures the greatest protection for our skin against all sorts of infections, rashes and injuries. Zinc has the ability to stimulate skin regeneration, especially after burns; therefore it has been acknowledged as the best ingredient for sunscreen creams. Badger Sport is entirely based on natural ingredients, such as, sunflower oil, zinc-oxide and anti-oxidants that guarantee the broad-spectrum protection we need against UVA and UVB rays. Its bio ingredients are also safe for fish species and coral reefs – another reason to choose this product instead of chemical ones.
- La Roche-Posay Anthelios 60 Ultra-Light Sunscreen
While somewhat pricey, the new sunscreen protection from La Roche-Posay is, nevertheless, worth every penny due to its high UVA/UVB protective shield. The lotion contains Cell-OX shield which prevents our skin cells from getting damaged in the sun light. In addition, the manufacturer has included the anti-oxidant Senna Alata in the formula of the product to stimulate cell reproduction and, thus, prevent the aging process of the skin.
- Neutrogena Pure & Free Baby 60+
Neutrogena lotions and creams have long been acknowledged as highly nutritive and protective. Yet, we think the Neutrogena Pure & Free Baby 60+ is the best choice for the current selection. The sunscreen lotion offers a 60+ broad-spectrum protection against UVA and UVB rays because babies’ skin is much more sensitive than adults’ skin. The product is 100% free of chemicals and parabens, it is fragrance-free and hypoallergenic and it is, for that matter, our favorite product for this summer’s holiday.
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