While window glass effectively blocks UVB rays, UVA rays, which cause premature signs of aging, still get through.
This means that whether you’re sitting at a desk by a window, are in a window seat on a plane, or are in a car, your skin is likely being exposed to damaging rays.
Studies have found that in the United States, skin damage is worse on the left side of the face and body since that’s where we sit when driving. Windshield glass is usually treated to block UVA and UVB rays, but side windows are not.
To best protect yourself, slather on the SPF each morning, whether you’re going out or staying in, and reapply every two hours.
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