Vulgar Ichthyosis. What is it and how is it avoided? Ichthyosis Vulgaris is an inherited disorder. In which skin cells accumulate in thick, ...
The hot season is here. And inevitably many of us will find ourselves sunbathing. And with more reason, since we had to spend a year locked up due to the health situation. Taking time to stop and smell the flowers seems more appealing than ever.
As we enjoy those outdoor activities, we must remember to incorporate sunscreen into our daily skincare routine. This rule applies to people of all skin types. The results of unprotected UV exposure are simply not worth it. UV light is omnipotent, even on cloudy days. That said, finding the perfect sunscreen is easier said than done. Especially for people with darker skin tones. Since sunscreens tend to leave a whitish hue and some products can even make skin look oily. So which sunscreens are a good option for dark skin?
All, tested and recommended by specialist dermatologists.