Can you feel the heat? It’s burning… and it’s not good for our skin and hair! It’s time to load up your skin care routine with sunscreen products! Sunscreen products protect our skin from harmful ultraviolet rays that cause aging, fine lines, wrinkles, and skin cancer.
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, only 14.3 percent of men and 29.9 percent of women reported that they regularly use sunscreen on both their face and other exposed skin.
Surprising huh? It’s because a lot of us are too lazy to put sunscreen on! Also, most of us don’t like the sticky and oily feeling from sunscreen products. I can relate!
Recently, I came across Belo Sun Expert Products from SampleRoomPH and I’m so excited to try these line! (**cross fingers these products aren’t sticky!)
What I got?
☀️ Belo SunExpert Tinted Sunscreen
☀️ Belo SunExpert Hair and Scalp Shield Spray
This is my new fave! It’s a spray with UV filters and Vitamin E which protects hair and scalp from sun damage! It also helps tame flyaway hair. So it’s like a sun protection and styling product in one. It’s not sticky when applied to hair. It feels like nothing was applied to the hair. I used it early in the morning and went home around 7pm with still good-smelling hair! The scent is similar to floral perfume. No more smoke-smelling hair at the end of the day!
☀️ Belo SunExpert After Sun Gel
I’m quite surprised by this product. I got this a day after my leg got sunburnt from doing swimming laps at lunchtime. I applied it directly where my skin feels prickly and have reapplied it thrice during the day. It had a cooling effect upon application and was absorbed by my skin just like water. The following day, there’s no redness and pain already! Upon reading more information about the product, I found out that it has almond oil which is rich in fatty acids to help skin retain moisture and heal irritated skin.
I would say it’s the perfect time to get your samples now at SampleRoomPH so you can #TryBeforeYouBuy! Remember to wear sunscreen whether it’s sunny, rainy, or cloudy. It is because clouds filter out sunlight but not UV rays ––so on a cloudy day, you’re still getting up to 80% of the sun’s harsh effects.
Let me know in the comments what you think about sunscreen products!