Make sure you use an SPF with a YouTonics Skin minimum factor of 30. It is simple - the higher your altitude the closer ...
Make sure you use an SPF with a YouTonics Skin minimum factor of 30. It is simple - the higher your altitude the closer you are to the sun and so you need to increase protection. Not only that but the sun reflects off the white snow, vastly increasing the chance of skin damage. Try to find a cream that offers both UVA and UVB protection called Broad Spectrum protection and ideally with zinc or titanium dioxides, as these provide the best sort of barrier. Do not forget a separate SPF treatment for lips too - this area ages really quickly, especially if you are a smoker.
Whilst you might only need to reapply your facial SPF at lunchtime, you may need a handy pocket size lip treatment to use as regularly as you can remember. Choose a really thick hand and foot cream for your holiday. Hands can be exposed for long periods and feet obviously get a bit of bashing in ski and snow boots. If you are usually prone to dry hands and feet anyway, try an overnight treatment by slathering your hands and feet with a thick moisturiser or balm before you go to bed and wear cotton gloves and socks while you sleep to stop it rubbing off on your duvet. A bit of a passion-killer, but definitely worth it!!