Monday, June 1, 2020


We definitely need our daily dose of Vitamin D, but too much sun exposure can lead to skin discoloration, pigmentation, wrinkles, loss of elasticity, and at worst, skin cancer. Staying indoors is also not enough to keep your skin protected from the sun’s harmful UV rays especially when it’s the strongest between 9AM to 4PM.

“The sun’s rays can bounce off walls and penetrate to indoor exposure. Even our phones, computers, and indoor lighting make us vulnerable to UV radiation,” says Criscy Camacho, Marketing and Customer Service Director, Mary Kay Philippines Inc. “That’s why we made sure our Sheer UV Defense Milk SPF50/PA+++ gives the highest maximum protection for the skin.”

SPF measures the protection against UVB rays, while PA pertains to UVA rays—and the Sheer UV Defense Milk holds the highest level of both to shield your skin. Not only does it provide protection, it also leaves a gentle and lightweight finish, making it perfect for everyday use for indoors and outdoors.

The Sheer UV Defense Milk is water-resistant, formulated with a physical sunscreen, and infused with watermelon fruit extract, which makes it an incredibly strong yet super light and protective agent against the sun. “It is dermatologist-tested and suited for people with sensitive skin,” adds Criscy.

Without a sun protection agent, you may experience skin discoloration just six to 12 hours after exposure—but using sunscreen with an SPF of 30 will keep you protected for up to ten hours. Don’t forget to wait at least 20 to 30 minutes for it to settle before stepping outside.

To make sure you’re getting its full benefits, include Mary Kay’s Sheer UV Defense MIlk as the final step of your daily skin care routine.

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Looking for a Mary Kay Representative? Visit or like and follow @MaryKayPHL on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube for more information. You may also send your inquiries to or call 0927 635 2072. Drop by our office at 2nd Floor Allegro Center, 2284 Pasong Tamo Extension, Makati City.

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