Common Skincare Ingredients that Cause Sun Sensitivity

Taking good care of your skin is important and a great way to prevent early signs of aging, acne, dark spots, and premature wrinkling. Skincare is a booming industry, and there are hundreds of amazing products available to help and eliminate a host of skin issues. However, regular use of these products can cause increased sun sensitivity, and if not protected, your skin can be susceptible to heightened sun damage if you’re not careful. In this blog post, we’ll discuss some common skincare ingredients that can cause sun sensitivity so you can be aware the next time you go shopping at your favorite health and beauty store. Of course, if you are using a skincare product that increases sun sensitivity, it’s essential to wear sunscreen every day. Don’t forget to add Coral Isles sunscreen to your daily skincare routine. Hypoallergenic and oxybenzone-free, our formula is perfect for everyday use. Order yours today!

 

Retinol

This popular anti-aging ingredient does soften fine lines and wrinkles and can work wonders on acne scarring and dark spots, but it does increase your skin’s sensitivity to the sun. This is because retinol causes your skin’s cells to turn over faster, thus exposing newer, fresher skin. While this can give you a fresh and youthful glow, it’s not good for sun exposure. Make sure that you’re using at least SPF 30 sunscreen every day if you’re using any skincare products with retinol in them.

 

Benzoyl Peroxide

Benzoyl peroxide is extremely popular and keeps pimples and breakouts at bay, but can cause your skin to burn quickly in the sun. As with any skincare product that helps to prevent acne, it’s important to read the label to understand how often to apply it and if there are any side effects. Even if you only use benzoyl peroxide a few times a week, make sure you wear sunscreen daily to prevent any sun damage to your skin.

 

Hydroquinone

Banish dark spots and discolorations with hydroquinone, but make sure you’re wearing sunscreen too! Hydroquinone is often used to help lighten melasma, which is darkened skin patches caused by hormones, as well as old topical acne scars, scarring from a surgery or procedure, or make age spots disappear. Wearing sunscreen while using hydroquinone is vital because sun exposure can cause your skin to age much faster than normal. All the more reason to wear your Coral Isles sunscreen daily!

 

Salicylic Acid

This skincare ingredient is in countless face washes, scrubs, topical treatments, and even body washes. By helping to slough off dead skin cells and reveal the fresh skin underneath, this ingredient can be used for a host of skin issues and concerns. Follow the label on the back of your favorite face wash and wear sunscreen when using this ingredient. Your future skin will thank you!

 

Knowing the ingredients in your skincare routine that can make your skin more sensitive to the sun is important. Be sure that you’re wearing sunscreen every day, and don’t forget to reapply regularly if you plan to be in the sun for an extended period of time. Order your oxybenzone-free Coral Isles sunscreen now, and protect your skin today!

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