WHY SUNSCREEN - Section 4 - Who Is Miami Beach Body Sunscreens For?

 It may seem that this section’s name: Who Is Miami Beach Body Sunscreens For? Has a very logical answer. We all have heard and most likely know that 

Everybody Must Use Sunscreen, All The Time, but we just wanted to give you some details about the way we Engineered Our Sunscreens and Who, Where, When and How should they be used.

W  H  O

All Ethnic Groups

For All Ethnic Groups
  • Although the risk factor is lower for this ethnics, Skin cancer is most deadly for African Americans, Asians and Latinos
  • 1 in 5 Americans will be diagnosed in their lifetime with skin cancer
  • 1 in 3 Caucasians will be diagnosed with skin cancer in their lifetime
  • Miami Beach Body Mineral Active Ingredients are safe for ALL, They will leave a soft white layer on your skin, but you will surely know they are protecting you.

For The Whole Family

For The Whole Family
  • All Miami Beach Body's sunscreens are perfectly interchangeable from men to women, to children, to persons with skin conditions, to daily use, to sun, to sports, to water, to snow, and more
  • With only three products for which to select from where any of the five can be used by any member of the family independently of their gender or age, or conditions, we have you all easily covered

Kids Over 6 Month Old

For Kids Over 6 Month Old
  • When we care of our little ones, Dermatologists advise sticking to mineral (also known as physical) sunscreen formulas, rather than chemical ones. They also direct us to stay away from spray products that may go into our lungs or the lugs of people around us
  • These are the only  types of sunscreens that Miami Beach Body engineers and markets for the safety of all our kids
  • Infants under 6 months of age should be kept out of direct sunlight. Avoid using sunscreen on them. Baby's young skin doesn't have the ability to metabolize and excrete chemicals often found in sunscreens

For Old People

For Old People - More At Risk
  • Cancer in older people is a common problem worldwide
  • Among various types of cancer, skin cancers represent an important percentage
  • The principal risk factors are sun exposure, family history of skin cancer, fair skin color, but also the age plays an important role in the genesis of skin cancers
  • In older people there are a more prolonged exposure to carcinogenesis and a decreased functionality of reparation mechanisms of the cells so they acquire a selective advantage of growing and proliferating
  • At the same time age causes alteration in the immune system
  • In elderly patients the diagnosis and the treatment of skin cancers can be different from their younger counterpart
Pre Existing Skin Medical Conditions
For Pre Existing Medical Skin Conditions
  • Sunscreens not only prevent the development of skin conditions: Regular daily use of at least SPF 15 sunscreen can reduce your risk of developing squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) by about 40 percent, and lower your melanoma risk by 50 percent. Help prevent premature skin aging caused by the sun, including wrinkles, sagging and age spots
  • Miami Beach Body Sunscreens can also be used safely on skins that already have developed some types of conditions like:
  • Eczema: The National Eczema Association recommends using mineral based sunscreens that are SPF 30 or higher
  •  Rosacea: The National Rosacea Society recommends  to look for non-chemical sunscreens that contain zinc or titanium dioxide and deliver UVA/UVB protection with an SPF of 15 or higher. A formula designed for sensitive skin, such as a convenient mineral formulation, can help reduce the possibility of irritation; 
  • Acne:  When exposed to infrared heat from the sun, acne flares up even more. The heat is damaging and can irritate your skin. What about that longtime myth you’ve heard about letting your acne dry up in the sun? Entirely false, as well as the myth that Sunscreens cause acne. Having Acne is one of the more pressing causes to use a non-irritating, Natural SPF formula from Miami Beach Body line

For All Skin

For All Skin Types
  • Normal skin?
  • Dry Skin?
  • Oily or Acne prone Skin?
  • Sensitive Skin
  • With only Three different designed sunscreen formulas, Miami Beach Body Sunscreen Products have exactly the one you can use.
  • With a minimum of SPF 30, and up to 50+, All Broad Spectrum, All Mineral Based, with All Natural Ingredients, All Fragrance Free, All Color Free, All Hypoallergenic, Oil Free, All Non-comedogenic (won't clog pores), All with Natural Antioxidants and Natural Soothing Moisturizing botanicals, you can freely take one, whichever, and your skin will be protected and safe


Where Should I Apply Sunscreen

Where Should I Apply Sunscreen
  • Experts and Dermatologists recommend applying sunscreen to your entire body before you dress for the day
  • At the very least, you should use sunscreen on every part of your body that is exposed to the sun
  • Be careful of those easy-to-miss spots: the tops of your ears, back of your neck, your scalp (on the part line), tops of your feet, back of your hands, and behind your knees
  • Do Not forget your Lips, Eye Lids, Face and Nose (Miami Beach Body Sunscreens will not burn your most delicate skin and will not cause tears)
  • So while your sunscreen protection is needed mostly during the day, the residue, along with dirt and debris, needs to be removed before going to bed at night

When Should I Apply Sunscreen

When Should I Apply Sunscreen
  • Every day!
  • In every season? Yes, Even Winter, Even in snow. Snow reflex the sun rays
  • The best practice is to apply 30 minutes before venturing outside to allow the sunscreen to bind to your skin
  • Reapply every two hours of exposure and immediately after swimming, excessive sweating, or when toweling off
  • Even when it’s cloudy, up to 80 percent of the sun’s UV radiation reaches the earth. Going unprotected on an overcast day can lead to skin damage
  • Even if you're indoors, if you're close to a window you still run the risk of exposure to UVA rays and possible skin damage. According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), the glass typically used in car, home and office windows is designed to block most UVB rays, but it does not offer protection from all UVA rays

How Should I Apply Sunscreen

How Should I Apply Sunscreen
  • Almost no one uses as much Sunscreen as they should.
  • So, be sure to apply enough sunscreen. As a rule of thumb, use an ounce (a handful, or a Shot Glass Full) to cover your entire body
  • For your face, we recommend applying about a nickel-sized amount every day
  • Apply thickly and thoroughly
  • Sunscreen should be applied over the top of your serum and moisturizer (if using)
  • When using makeup, you can apply it over the top of your Sunscreen
  • The active mineral ingredients (titanium dioxide and zinc oxide) do give instant protection against the sun, you don't have to wait for them to be absorbed by the skin
  • To apply to your body, put sunscreen in your hands and rub directly onto the area you are applying it for at least 10 seconds to get an even layer of coverage Don’t rub your hands together first