Future. However, this new approach to sun protection would change that, eradicating frequent applications. Because this sun protection would work in just the opposite way.
No Reapplication. The results of the research revealed the longer the DNA remained under radiation, the more crosslinks DNA grew. This basically means "the longer the film was exposed to the sun, the stronger the protective barrier becomes," Elite Daily reports.
Game Changer. This future product would be a huge game changer in sun protection. It might even encourage others to remember to apply their sunscreen in the first place, due to the ease of it all.
Reapplications. People (me) sometimes forget to apply sunscreen or apply it once due to being lazy, but they end up burning, proving the current method is working for some.
High SPF. Although, if you're burning even though you are really good about applying sunscreen adequately, then it may be your sunscreen, not you. According to experts, a high SPF doesn't mean anything substantial.
High SPF. The biggest difference between different levels of SPF is the cost. "Sunbathers often assume that they get twice as much protection from SPF 100 sunscreen as from SPF 50. In reality, the extra protection is negligible," Environmental Work Group says as reported by Elite Daily.
SPF. The extent of the protection is generally as follows: "Properly applied SPF 50 sunscreen blocks 98 percent of UVB rays; SPF 100 blocks 99 percent. When used correctly, sunscreen with SPF values in the range of 30 to 50 will offer adequate sunburn protection, even for people most sensitive to sunburn," the Environment Work Group said.