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SPF 30 vs 50 - A Complete Guide

You may have heard your dermatologist emphasize the need to always carry sunscreen in your bag of everyday essentials. That’s right! Stepping out without sunscreen means putting your skin through some serious trouble.The skin can get damaged, dry and unhealthy. Most importantly, don't let the weather deceive you into forgoing sunscreen simply because it is cloudy, raining, or cold! Even if you are not stepping outside and choose to stay indoors, the skin still needs to be protected with a sunblock suitable for your skin type. It keeps the skin protected and has a list of other benefits to offer. Regular sunscreen application also reduces premature aging. It also curbs the risk of skin cancer. It prevents hyperpigmentation and helps to avoid skin burns and inflammation. So, it won’t be wrong to state that a sunscreen deserves the highest honor in your skincare routine, doesn't it? 

Now choosing the right sunscreen for your skin-type is extremely vital. It all depends on the contents of the sunscreen and what your skin type is. So, let's take a closer look at all that goes into this handy tube to keep your skin UV protected and healthy!

Coming back to its primary objective, which is to provide UV protection to the skin for a long time, this potential of protecting the skin is defined by the SPF of the product. You may have heard of the scientific abbreviation SPF that is commonly used when referring to sunscreen? It stands for Sun Protection Factor and the number beside it indicates how well the sunscreen protects skin against UVB rays, which cause sunburn. Sunscreens must be applied liberally in order to attain the SPF protection stated on the label. The most commonly available ones are SPF 50 and SPF 30. A sunscreen with a minimum SPF value of 30 is recommended to effectively protect the skin. Now, you must be wondering what is the difference between SPF 30 and SPF 50.  SPF 30 sunscreen blocks 96.7 percent of UVB rays and SPF 50 sunscreen blocks 98% of UVB rays. In simpler words, let’s understand what is SPF 30 vs SPF 50?  Sunscreen with SPF 30 is estimated to allow 1/30 of the sun's rays to damage skin, while Sunscreen with SPF 50 is estimated to allow 1/50 of the sun’s rays to damage the skin.

Let’s get a product-based perspective about the difference between SPF 30 and 50 with Caffeine-infused Sunscreen for the face and body. Why caffeine because it is packed with antioxidants that also protects skin from UV damage. 

Coffee Powder Sunscreen SPF 30

A revolutionary product that will change your sunblock game completely! The Coffee Powder Sunscreen SPF 30 is made in a way to help keep the skin UV protected at all times, especially while one is on the go! How amazingly handy this product is, isn’t it? Antioxidants Caffeine and Coffee amalgamate with Kaolin Clay in the making of this handy sunblock formula. The formula is enriched with natural sunscreen agents like Almond Oil and Vitamin E. Its super light, sheer consistency blends into the skin easily, to reveal a matte, oil-free finish. Along with UV protection, it also safeguards the skin against sun damage. You know the best part about this product? The fact that it can be easily applied over make-up and reapplied, every few hours. Adding this product to your everyday essential kit means long days out in the sun are now going to be less worrisome for the skin! 

Coffee Powder Sunscreen SPF 50

The Coffee Powder Sunscreen SPF 50 acts as practically a twofold stronger shield to safeguard the skin from the sun's damaging rays. It has an identical composition in terms of ingredients as the one mentioned above, but it is fortified with SPF 50. SPF 50 is especially beneficial for oily skin. A truly must-have product to keep the skin hydrated yet with a powerful oil-control formula for a matte skin finish.

How to Use

Step 1:
Open and push the plastic sleeve downwards

Step 2:
Tap the brush lightly on your wrist, until you see the powder coming through.

Step 3:
Apply the powder sunscreen directly from the brush in light circular motions all over your face and neck

Step 4:
Reapply as required

Coffee Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30

Caffeine and Coffee packed in a sunscreen formula, this blend is designed to offer UV protection for upto 8 hours! Truly a must have in your skincare regime, Coffee Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30 is infused with the goodness of Shea butter and Pro Vitamin B5. All of the above super ingredients come together to effectively deliver UV protection as well as repair sun damage. Its lightweight, non-greasy formula helps to hydrate the skin and control excessive oil.You know 

what elevates its goodness? The fact that it is water resistant. Indeed, this one should be part of your everyday skincare routine to keep up your skin’s health and radiance. 

Coffee Sunscreen Lotion SPF 50  

A great pick for the oily skin type, Coffee Sunscreen Lotion SPF 50 will do wonders for the skin when it comes to UV protection. Once again, it is powered by SPF 50 and provides the skin with better UV protection and a list of other offerings such as oil control.

Skincare vocabulary can be complex, so it's essential to understand what you're putting on your skin and understand each terminology to the best of your knowledge. Another frequently confused skincare concern is the difference between moisturiser and body lotion.

How To Use

Step 1:
Apply generously to cleansed face and other areas of body 15 minutes before sun exposure.

Step 2:
Reapply as and when required for maximum protection. 

Now that important skincare terminologies are clear, you must also know that all of the above listed formulas are Peta Certified, 100% Vegan, Paraben Free, SLS Free, Dermatologically Tested, FDA Approved, Silicone Free, Made Safe and Made In India. With Coffee Sunscreen Powder and Lotion, fortified by an SPF that is appropriate for your skin, stay rest assured that the skin will always be hydrated, radiant and most importantly UV protected!

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