Collection: Sunscreen

Sunscreen shields the skin from damaging rays that come from the outside world. The three primary types of sunscreens are physical, chemical, and combinations of both.
Sunscreen, also referred to as sunblock, sun cream, or suntan lotion, is a topical photoprotective product that shields the skin from the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation (UVA, UVB, and UVC rays) by absorbing or reflecting some of the radiation. This helps prevent sunburn and, more importantly, skin cancer. Sunscreens are available as creams, sprays, gels, foams (such as whipped cream or expanded foam cream), sticks, powders, and other topical treatments. Sunscreens are typical additions to clothes, especially sunglasses, sunhats, and other types of photoprotective apparel (e.g. umbrellas, etc.).
Sunscreen protection is measured in SPF and PA Ratings