Australia Is The Skin Cancer Capital Of The World
In the past couple years there has been an increasing interest around the use of natural oils as sunscreens. This is due to many developments in research that show natural oils do in fact posses a small amount of SPF.
Lets start with the basics: Sunscreen is a lotion, spray or gel that reflects the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the skin when exposed to sunlight. SPF (or Sun Protection Factor) – is the measure of a sunscreen’s ability to prevent UV rays from damaging the skin.
Formulator Nancy Evans says “If you look at it in terms of plants, they do not need a sunscreen, their natural oils give them a protective barrier from the sun so they don’t burn.” From this thought, Nancy Evans began to research all seed oils and raw ingredients that contain a natural SPF properties to formulate a healthy organic sun cream.
Nancy Evans has developed a unique formulation which contains 7 organic raw seed oil ingredients that will protect the skin from UV and is made with organic herbs, organic essential oils and organic waxes. The cream works by leaving an invisible coating on your skin, just like a second skin without blocking the lymph nodes! With an organic wax layer, the Organic Rosehip Sun Moisturising Cream enables your skin to breathe naturally whilst maintaining its moisture, which is particularly important in the harsh Australian dry weather.
Nothing is more important to us on Earth than the Sun. One of the amazing things sunlight provides for us is Vitamin D. It is important for the creation and maintenance of bones. Over-exposure to UV radiation may cause serious health effects, caused by tanning, sunburn, etc. Long exposure to UV radiation may accelerate skin ageing, which can lead to skin cancer. Heavy exposure to sun can also damage the eyes, leading to conditions such as cataracts.
Did you know that Queensland, Australia is the Skin Cancer Capital of the world? One of the most common forms of cancer globally is the skin cancer. It is especially common among people with light skin. Australia and New Zealand have the highest rates of melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer in the world.
Side Effects of Using Chemical Sunscreens
Even though sunscreens are preferred for sun protection, usage of excessive sunscreens with chemicals may have its side effects. Some of their side effects are mentioned below.
- Sunscreens may have allergic reactions as they may not be suitable for all type of skins.
- Sunscreens are not advisable for acne prone skins because the chemicals will make it worse.
- If sunscreen gets into the eye, it can cause pain and irritation. It may also lead to burning and temporary sensitivity to light.
- Sunscreens may cause itchy spots on the skin and can develop into rough red rashes that sometimes turn into pus-filled blisters around the hair follicles.
Organic Rosehip Skincare has an array of Organic Sun Care Products to form a protective layer between yourself and harsh climatic conditions. The Sun Care Products of Organic Rosehip Skincare includes Organic Sun Moisturising Cream, Tropical Sun Care and Organic Lip Balm which can be applied before and after sun exposure. They are made out of herbal ingredients that are suitable for all types of skin. Helpful for those with sensitive skin, dry skin, eczema and psoriasis.
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Call Organic Rosehip Skincare on (07) 55239100 for more information or visit their factory at 2/23 Enterprise Avenue, Tweed Heads South NSW 2486.
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