Which suncream factor to use?
A few years ago my family and I went on holiday to Tenerife where I got badly sunburned. One day we took a boat trip excursion and on board they had a skin-care consultant which advised the best way to take care of your skin in the sun. She told me that I was using too high a factor (I was using 50) and advised me that factor 30 and below would be better for the climate even though it was boiling with constant sun beating down on us.
This year we're going back to the Canary Islands, to Lanzarote, and we're not sure what to do about sun-cream. I really don't want to burn again and don't want to take any chances. So should I go for a high factor 50, or a lower factor 30?
Any advice would be much appreciated!
- BeatlesLv 78 years agoBest Answer
get SPF 50 is better this will protect your skin from skin cancer and
wrinkles I use spf 70 the Higher the better specially on summer.