People living in the tropics are blessed with sunshine all year round and tanned skin is seen as a sign of health. But did you know that your radiant tan may be hiding skin injury?
As the sun beats down on your skin, your body works hard to protect it from the heat and harmful rays. It produces melanin, a brown pigment that acts as an "umbrella" to cover your cells. However, even with melanin, your skin needs extra protection.
Overexposure to the sun can result in skin damage in the form of:
Along with the issues above, preventing sun damage is extra important if you have acne because you'll need to use a product that protects yet doesn't aggravate
Whether you're looking for sun protection or other acne management solutions, Papulex™ provides an effective and complete skin care regimen. Users can testify to the positive results because Papulex™ not only helps clear skin, it restores confidence for a better you. Fulfil all your acne care needs with our extensive Papulex™ range.
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