Rethink Sun Protection

It is time that we start to rethink sun protection. The most common thinking behind sun protection is that we only need to be vigilant about it during the hot summer days. When in fact we have to incorporate sun protection into our daily routine. NIVEA has always been my go to for sun care products. I have been using their products for years. Bonus is that NIVEA Sun is the World’s No.1 sun care brand. It offers a very comprehensive range of effective sun protection that suits each and every individual’s needs. Whether it is moisturising sun protection that also doubles up as caring for your skin, facial UV protection, sun care for the kids that love swimming, or light-feeling sprays and roll on. You will find a product that will work for you. Last year I started using the NIVEA SUN UV Face Anti-age & Anti-Pigment SPF 50 and the NIVEA SUN UV Face Shine SPF 50. The NIVEA SUN UV Face Shine SPF 50 is a game changer if you have oily skin. It absorbs excess oil from the surface of the skin. It mattifies, which means you will also be able to get that matt finish after you’ve applied your make up. It prevents fine lines and does not leave your skin with a sticky residue.

If you are over the age of 30 then I can highly recommend the NIVEA SUN UV Face Anti-age & Anti-Pigment SPF 50. Even though your daily moisturiser contains SPF, it is not enough to protect your skin from the sun. I love the fact that the sunscreen absorbs easily and it does not leave a sticky residue on either my face or hands. It also helps prevent sun induced ageing and fine lines. It contains natural antioxidants and Q10 to support the skin as it protects itself against sun damage. 0% white residue, and it leaves your skin silky smooth and fresh. You can continue with your make up routine as per normal, without worrying that the sunscreen will change the way that your make up looks.

Kids & the Sun

Please remember that children’s skin is extremely sensitive to the sun. Their skin is one fifth of the thickness of adult skin and its protective layer is also much thinner. As parents we encourage our children to be more active and to play outdoors, rather than to sit inside with their electronics to keep themselves occupied. It is thus our duty to make sure that they are sun protected at all times.

Did you know?

  • The first 18 years of our life is responsible for 80% of the sun rays that beat down on our skin in an average lifetime.
  • UVA rays are able to penetrate the deeper layers of our skin causing skin allergies and premature skin ageing and pigmentation.
  • UVB rays are what causes skin darkening or tanning. But too much UVB can be dangerous to the skin causing sunburn and can lead to skin cancer years later
  • Children under the age of 3 should be kept out of the sun as much as possible. They should wear long sleeve protection clothing in addition to sunscreen.
  • UV radiation is at its peak during the middle of the day between 12pm and 2pm.
  • You can get sunburn through your car window (UVA rays can penetrate through glass)
  • You can get sunburnt on cloudy days.

NIVEA SUN Kids Protect & Care

NIVEA Fun Colour Spray

Hudson loves this Colour Spray. This is of the highest sun protection for children’s delicate skin and is extra water resistant. He has started swimming lessons again, so this is a fun way of getting him hyped up for his swimming lesson.

Since the start of the school year I have included Sunscreen in Hudson’s backpack for school as well as in Levi’s school bag.

NIVEA Coloured Formula Roll on

The above is a convenient roll-on that Hudson can easily use himself. It is also extra water resistant.

NIVEA Sun Care products for the whole family, include the following:

Remember the following:

  • Do not forget to reapply NIVEA Sunscreen every two hours and after swimming, towelling and sweating to guarantee reliable sun protection.
  • Your daily skincare routine should include wash, moisturise, sun protection and then you apply your make up.
  • Establish sun safety habits early on in your child’s life. For example, no sunscreen, no play. Kids need to apply sunscreen every day and re-apply later on in the day.
  • Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for longer periods.

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95 thoughts on “Rethink Sun Protection

  1. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for longer periods.

  2. You need to keep using Nivea every 2 hours on your child especially after swimming or when they use there towel or sweating.

  3. Establish sun safety habits early on in your child’s life. For example, no sunscreen, no play. Kids need to apply sunscreen every day and re-apply later on in the day. 🌞🌞🌞🌞🤞🏻🤞🏻💜💚💙❤️

  4. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for a long time.

  5. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for longer

  6. Establish sun safety habits early on in your child’s life. For example, no sunscreen, no play. Kids need to apply sunscreen every day and re-apply later on in the day.

    1. Encourage your child to wear a hat an UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to the sunscreen if they are going to be in the sun

  7. Establish sun safety habits early on in your child’s life. For example, no sunscreen, no play. Kids need to apply sunscreen every day and re-apply later on in the day.

  8. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for long periods.

  9. Establish sun safety habits early on in your child’s life. For example, no sunscreen, no play. Kids need to apply sunscreen every day and re-apply later on in the day.

  10. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in plus sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun. I’ve added sunscreen to my daughter’s school bag since she started daycare plus a sunhat. Thank you for sharing so freely

  11. Children should be encouraged to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for long periods.

  12. Establish sun safety habits early on in your child’s life. For example, no sunscreen, no play. Kids need to apply sunscreen every day and re-apply later on in the day.

  13. Establish sun safety habits early on in your child’s life. For example, no sunscreen, no play. Kids need to apply sunscreen every day and re-apply later on in the day.

  14. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for longer periods.

  15. Children under the age of 3 must be kept out of the sun as much as possible. They should wear long sleeve protection clothing in addition to sunscreen.

  16. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for longer periods.

  17. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for longer periods.

  18. Children under the age of 3 should be kept out of the sun as much as possible and would be safer if they wear long sleeve clothing to protect themselves from the exposure of the sun in addition to sunscreen.

  19. Children under the age of 3 should be kept out of the sun as much as possible and they should wear long sleeve clothing so they are protected from the suns exposure in addition to sunscreen.

  20. Children under the age of 3 should be kept out of the sun as much as possible. They should wear long sleeve protection clothing in addition to sunscreen.

  21. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for longer periods.

  22. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for longer periods.

  23. Establish sun safety habits early on in your child’s life. For example, no sunscreen, no play. Kids need to apply sunscreen every day and re-apply later on in the day.

  24. Children under 3 should be kept out of the sun. If the are going in the sun, they should use protective clothing in addition to sunscreen.

  25. Make sun protection part of your child’s daily routine. Suncream needs to be reapplied in the day. If your child is under 3, add some additional protective clothing to keep them sun safe.

  26. Children under the age of 4 should avoid playing in the sun wear protective clothing establish healthy habits early on apply sunscreen

  27. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for longer periods.

  28. Establish sun safety habits early on in your child’s life. For example, no sunscreen, no play. Kids need to apply sunscreen every day and re-apply later on in the day.

  29. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for longer periods.

  30. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for longer periods.

  31. Nivea Competition Answer:
    Establish sun safety habits early on in your child’s life. For example, no sunscreen, no play. Kids need to apply sunscreen every day and re-apply later on in the day.

  32. Children under the age of 3 should be kept out of the sun as much as possible. They should wear long sleeve protection clothing in addition to sunscreen.

  33. Encourage ones kids to wear a sun-hat, UV-glasses and protective clocthing in addition to applying sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for very long periods.

    1. Children under the age of 3 should be kept out of the sun as much as possible. They should wear long sleeve protection clothing in addition to sunscreen.

  34. You need to keep using Nivea every 2 hours on your child especially after swimming or when they use there towel or sweating.

  35. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun

  36. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for longer periods.

  37. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for longer periods.

  38. Children under the age of 3 should be kept out of the sun as much as possible. They should wear long sleeve protection clothing in addition to sunscreen.

  39. Do not forget to reapply NIVEA Sunscreen every two hours and after swimming, towelling and sweating to guarantee reliable sun protection.

  40. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for a long time.

  41. I think the best tip you said is: establish sun safety habits for kids. No sunscreen no play. This rings so true for me because I played in the sun like every other kid but I used to get serve sun burns and it was later brought to my attention that if you get more than 4/5 sunburns as a child you run the risk of developing skin cancer as an adult. Then boom! Diagnosed with stage III Malignant Melanoma which is the most dangerous form of skin cancer. So I know that is practice could’ve changed my life.
    Thank you for this blog post 💛

  42. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for longer periods.

  43. Establish sun safety habits early on in your child’s life. For example, no sunscreen, no play. Kids need to apply sunscreen every day and re-apply later on in the day.

  44. To establish sun safety habits early on in the child’s life such as when they don’t have sunscreen on, then theyre not allowed to play and they must apply sunscreen every day and re-apply later on in the day

  45. Establish sun safety habits early on in your child’s life. For example, no sunscreen, no play. Kids need to apply sunscreen every day and re-apply later on in the day.

  46. Children under the age of 3 should be kept out of the sun as much as possible. They should wear long sleeve protection clothing in addition to sunscreen.

  47. Establish sun safety habits early on in your child’s life. For example, no sunscreen, no play. Kids need to apply sunscreen every day and re-apply later on in the day🏖️🏖️🏖️🏖️🏖️🏖️☀️☀️☀️⛱️⛱️☔☔🌈🌈🏖️🏖️

  48. Establish sun safety habits early on in your child’s life. For example, no sunscreen, no play. Kids need to apply sunscreen every day and re-apply later on in the day

  49. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for longer periods.

  50. Encourage extra protection by making them wear a sunhat and sunglasses also protective clothing in addition to using sunscreen

  51. Encouraging your child to wear a hat and protective clothing in addition to applying sunscreen if they are out in the sun.

  52. It’s essential to keep using Nivea every 2 hours on your child especially after swimming or when they use there towel or sweating.

  53. Establish sun safety habits early on in your child’s life, like wearing a hat, staying out of the sun from 10 to 3, apply sunblock regularly, wear protective clothing.

  54. Encourage your child to wear a hat and UV sunglasses and protective clothing in addition to sunscreen if they are going to be out in the sun for longer periods.🌅

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