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7 Bad Consequences of Ignoring Sunscreen in Your Skincare Routine

Mar 04,2023 | Mimi

Most of us know that sunscreen is important. However, many people tend to ignore this in their skincare routine.  Do you know there are 7 bad consequences of not applying sunscreen on the skin? Let’s find out more as you read further in this article.

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#1. Skin Cancer Is On The Rise

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer. It's caused by exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation, which sunscreen can block.

In 2006, the National Cancer Registry of Malaysia published statistics that revealed that skin cancer occurred in 295 people in a 100,000 population.



If you don't use sunscreen regularly and properly, you may be risking yourself for skin damage and other serious conditions.

Sunscreen is vital for people with fair skin who are frequently exposed to the sun, those with skin cancer, or those with a history of nonmelanoma skin cancers (NMSC).

NMSCs include basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). These forms of cancer aren't usually deadly.

Nevertheless, they can cause disfiguration if left untreated. They can also lead to late-stage melanoma if left untreated long enough.


#2. Likely To Look Older (Without Sunscreen)



Sun damage can cause wrinkles, age spots, and other signs of premature aging. It also increases your risk of skin cancer. The sun's ultraviolet rays damage the DNA in your cells, which can lead to mutations that cause skin cancer.

Sunburns are another common problem caused by UV rays in sunlight. A sunburn happens when your body creates too much pigment (coloring) in response to too much sun exposure.

These pigments make it harder for your skin cells to do their job correctly. As a result, the  chances of the skin becoming damaged or cancerous over time increase.


#3. Possibility of Getting Wrinkles Sooner



While sunscreen is essential, it's also easy to forget about. Putting sunscreen on the back burner is easy when you're busy with work or life. Nevertheless, your skin will suffer if you don't use sunscreen regularly and consistently.

The sun can cause wrinkles, brown spots, skin cancer, and other damage, such as sunburns and premature aging (which is why people look older than they are).


#4. Your Foundation Won't Last as Long 



If you're not using sunscreen, your foundation will break down faster. It'll look cakey and uneven and might even slide off your face.

So if you want to keep your makeup looking fresh all day long, especially if you've got a big event coming up, ensure sun protection in your skincare routine!


HAUS CeraCare Sunscreen Stick

#Glow2Go convenient and portable way to apply sunscreen on-the-go. This is why you should have one:

  1. Easy to apply: Stick sunscreen is easy to apply and allows you to target specific areas, such as the face, ears, and nose, without making a mess or getting your hands oily.
  2. Portable: Stick sunscreen is compact and portable, making it convenient to carry with you wherever you go. You can easily slip it into your purse or pocket, and it won't leak or spill.
  3. Less messy: Unlike lotion or spray sunscreen, stick sunscreen doesn't leave a greasy or oily residue on your skin or clothing, making it ideal for outdoor activities or water sports.
  4. Precise application: Stick sunscreen allows you to apply a precise amount of sunscreen, ensuring that you don't miss any spots or apply too little or too much.
  5. Long-lasting: Stick sunscreen is water-resistant and long-lasting, providing protection against harmful UV rays for an extended period.



Learn more about HAUS CeraCare Sunscreen Stick to boost your skincare routine from today!