How UV Rays Affect Your Skin’s Health

Though getting some sunlight for 10 to 15 minutes in the morning for our daily dose of vitamin D is essential for bone and muscle health, too much sun exposure can do more harm than good.

Incorporating sunscreen into our skincare routine is one great way to provide us with protection against damaging UV rays, which can be harmful to our overall well-being.

However, applying sunscreen that is at least SPF 15 daily can only do so much.

Here are some of the dangers of sun exposure that you should know about:

1. UV Rays Causes Premature Skin Aging

UV rays from the sun are known to cause premature skin ageing such as fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin as well as increase the formation of hyperpigmentation like sun spots.

2. Exposure to UV Rays Can Cause Skin Cancer

Studies have found that being exposed to the sun too often can increase the risks of getting skin cancer if we do not wear proper sun protection.

3. The Sun’s UV Rays Can Damage the Skin

Extended periods of time being exposed to the sun and its damaging UV rays can lead to sunburns that are not only painful but also look unsightly. Constantly getting sunburns can also damage skin and can contribute to other skin issues.

4. UV Rays Causes Skin Tone to Become Uneven

Exposure to UV rays is known to increase the production of melanin in the skin, which is a substance responsible for the pigmentation of our skin, eyes and hair. When there is overproduction of melanin, it can cause the skin to become darker and skin tone to appear uneven, which can be unsightly.

5. Sun Exposure Can Increase Skin Inflammation

Most people are sensitive to the sun and can develop inflamed skin or skin redness from being exposed, which can be both painful and uncomfortable.

Apart from religiously applying sunscreen every day, you can enhance protection against damaging UV rays by consuming the right dietary supplements, which not only provide essential health benefits but also offer that extra layer of protection against the sun.

MF3’s VP Softgels AF and SQ10 Plus Softgels are formulated to provide photoprotection against harmful UV rays while also brightening the skin.

VP Softgels AF

MF3 VP Softgels AF

VP Softgels AF is formulated with phyto-cellular extracts derived from non-GMO soy beans from France, which function as cell bio-activators and anti-oxidative agents, stimulating cellular growth and regulating excess free radicals to counter your body’s aging and skin damage in a natural way.

This dietary supplement works to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. repair free-radical damage and enhance internal sun-shield abilities.


SQ10 Pus Softgels


SQ10 Plus Softgels is an upgraded version of the VP Softgels AF, which offers higher concentrated ingredients and stronger potency for an even more effective results.

This dietary supplement works to provide skin revitalisation by improving skin texture and skin hydration, reducing wrinkles & fine lines as well as increasing collagen and elastin production for more youthful skin.

SQ10 Plus also helps to brighten the skin by promoting lighter pigmentation production as well as protecting skin from the inside from harmful UV rays.


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