The alarming answer to the question of whether lip gloss could increase your chances of developing cancer seems to be "yes". This is an important news for drug addicts around the world, especially in light of the increased public awareness of skin cancer and the necessary precautions to be taken to avoid it. Basically, if you do not wear balm with sunscreen under your lip gloss, you're not just careless – you could actually attract harmful ultraviolet rays to your lips.
According to dermatologist Dr. Christine Brown, quoted in the Washington Post, "What most people do not realize is that they increase the penetration of light across the surface of the lips by applying something clear and brilliant. " That densely pigmented brights in darker shades are safer than transparent or transparent shiny ones is debatable, but when it comes to your health, it is best to take no chances; stay safe and wear an FPS on your lips! Dr. Brown recommends a lip protector with an SPF of 30 or higher if you plan to be exposed to the sun for more than 20 minutes. Be aware that many popular sunscreens and balms that contain sunscreen have SPFs of 20 or less – a good start, though, but not enough to provide the necessary protection. It can be a bit difficult to find lip care with an SPF of 30 or more, but there are options available if you look closely, ranging from high-end products to much cheaper ones available in any pharmacy.
Remember, the key to safety in the sun is to wear lip protection with an SPF of at least 30 on your lips at all times when you leave the house. Hopefully, savvy businesses will begin to develop beautiful glosses with higher levels of sunscreen, but until then, take care to slap a layer of balm under the color of your lips and reapply multiple times during the day.
You should also routinely check your lips for any signs of cancer, just as you watch your moles and the rest of your skin. The warning signs of lip cancer may include changes in the color of your lips, persistent peeling or flaking from a particular spot on your lips, a sore on the lip that refuses to heal and bleeding, unexplained pain or numbness on your lips Egypt mouth. Protect yourself and pay attention to your body! It could save your life.