SUNPLAY Super Block SPF 130 PA+++ (Review)
Olla everyone, since it is towards end of the year many of us will go off for holiday with family or friends or even workmate. Well, just incase you are going somewhere sunny I would like to share with you about Sunplay sunblock. Hopefully you will find it helpful.
To begin with I received this sample from The Butterfly Project’s Beauty Kit that I got during my Tambun Trip with the community and been loving it even since. So, when I went to Avilion Port Dickson for my company trip I decided to bring it with me as well. There are many reason why I like this products the first is because it have one ofthe most SPF which is 130 PA++
As for a start, SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor.The numeric value simply indicates how much longer that sunscreen can enable you to stay in the sun before you start experiencing sunburn. For example, the SPF 15 sunscreen allows a person to stay out in the sun 15 times longer. So, if you usually take 20 minutes to burn, the sunscreen will delay the onset of a sunburn to 300 minutes. so the higher the SPF means the longer times it take before you start experiencing sunburn.
Do you know that Sunplay provide maximum protection from UVA & UVB? Ok, so what’s the difference between UVB & UVA rays and why should we care?
UVB rays are Ultraviolet B rays.Ultraviolet B rays are short waves and are the primary cause of sunburn. These rays tend to damage the more superficial layers of the skin and are what most sunscreens historically claimed protection from.
For protection from premature aging however, it is important to pay attention to UVA or Ultraviolet A rays. These are long waves that are less intense than UVB rays, but more prevalent and can penetrate through clouds and glass (meaning if you hanging around beside the window in your hotel, you are still being exposed!). These rays reach the deeper layers of skin and play a larger role in premature aging, & wrinkling.
The not so fun part is that the excessive exposure either type of UV ray (or both) is thought to contribute to and/or cause mutations leading to skin cancer!
So what does PA+++ mean? PA is a Japanese rating system in place before the new regulations that was a way to show how much protection you are receiving from UVA rays. You will see either PA+, PA++, or PA+++ on the label, with more + signs meaning a higher level of UVA protection. Sunplay provide PA+++ and which is why I think it is awesome.
Last but not least, I also like it because of its watery consistency and the fact that it is sweat and water proof. So, i could play in the sun running around even enjoy few dips at the ocean or swimming pool with less worry in my head. After all, this particular products have a clear finish and I tend to mix it with my cream foundation before applying it on my face and yes face.. this product is safe to be use on your body and face.
So that's it for now, if I am not mistaken you may get this SUNPLAY sunblock at any leading pharmacies.Thank you for reading my review and hope you find it helpful.
** Products was sent to me by SUNPLAY. As usual, I will test and review products or services regardless of whether they have been sent to me or not with honesty. Unless stated so in the post or marked with an asterisk, all products featured on this blog have been bought with my own hard-earned pennies. I started this blog to give my two pennies worth of thought and have fun along the way and that is exactly how this blog shall remain.