Sunscreen: Why is it so Important? – Reason & Cure

Do you always think “”Why should I apply sunscreen when i have to sit indoors all day long?”” Well, most of us think that there is no need to apply sunscreen on a cloudy day. But it’s a myth!
True that you have to protect your skin from direct sunlight. However, it is also important to protect your skin from ultraviolet rays which can penetrate through windows, and even through clouds and pretty much penetrate through anything.
These Ultraviolet rays can damage skin layers and even alter DNA. It causes dark spots, skin going red, skin cancer etc. So, if you want to age gracefully, if you don’t want dark spots, if you don’t want skin going red, sensitive and also if you want to avoid skin diseases, you should apply sunscreen every day.

Protecting your skin against the harmful effects of the sun is a basic yet vital step to keep your skin looking young and flawless, especially in a country like India. Learn about the importance of sun protection, as explained by the Glamrs skin care expert, Dr. Rashmi Shetty.

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