UV Protection shields the skin from harmful UV rays that accelerate the appearance of aging — such as dark spots, fine lines, and wrinkles.
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What is sun damage?
Sun damage is caused by both ultraviolet and infrared rays that penetrate your skin. They break down proteins like collagen and elastin as well as trigger an overproduction of melanin - causing fine lines and dark spots to develop.
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What is pigmentation?
Pigmentation refers to the colour of your skin, which is determined by the amount of melanin in your body. Darker skin types contain more melanin, and sun exposure can trigger more production.
What are sun spots?
Sun spots are small patches of skin that appear darker than usual. They occur when your body overproduces melanin to protect your skin from harmful UV rays, causing uneven, discoloured areas.
What are UV rays?
The biggest cause of premature aging, UV rays are made up of UVA and UVB radiation that damage the DNA of skin cells and break down connective tissues.