As I was composing my thoughts and gathering all the infos needed for this post, I feel content, relax and not forgetting to mention lazy. I partly blame it on the cloudy weather. There’s a pros and cons of working from home. One of it is not being able to dress up nicely and put on makeup. This might come as a surprise to you because I do put on makeup and sunscreen while working from home. If I don’t, I will just slather on a thick layer of sunscreen. Why? Because I’m on my notebook and I work under two fluorescent light the whole day.
No matter how high an SPF you use, there are tiny creases and furrows in the skin’s surface that until now, sun protection hasn’t been able to reach evenly. Shiseido managed to identified these little gaps between the layer of sun protection and the skin. It turns out covering every bit of the skin’s surface with sunscreen is surprisingly difficult to achieve. The solution? Shiseido’s patented leading edge UV protection technologies – SuperVeil-UV 360™.
Because the skin’s surface texture comes from its microscopic network of ridges and furrows, it can cause “gaps” in sunscreen application that will leave skin vulnerable and open to UV rays. What SuperVeil-UV 360™ technology do is to help to provide optimal sunscreen application over the skin’s intricate surface contours. Here’s a simple skin chart to help you understand better on how SuperVeil-UV 360™ can help to protect the skin surface from harmful UV rays.