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  1. Danger lurks in places you never thought of and trust me when I say that. Watching out for my back when I was part of the League of Assassins was no easy task because Batman appeared out of nowhere with his batarangs, ready to destroy our plans. And now, with a regular and a superhero to look out for, things are no easier. With enemies like Mr. Freeze, you never know when something bad is going to get you.
    But how can you face danger?

    There are different kinds of danger out there but let's talk about the number one terror for skin: the sun. Even though sun exposure helps us feel good, increases the production of Vitamin D it can also accelerate the effects of ageing and risk the development of skin cancer. We all need a little help to protect our skin and make the best of the sun.

    My personal choice for a sunscreen at the moment is Korres' "Sunscreen face cream yoghurt SPF50". A friend of mine suggested me this sunscreen because she said its cooling, soft texture leaves the skin fully moisturised and ready for some action under the sun. One of the key ingredients, yoghurt, is a natural source of lactose, proteins, minerals and vitamins and increases the water content of the epidermis' top layers. The wealth of minerals and vitamins [Calcium, Phosphor, Potassium, Zinc, and vitamins A, E, D, B2 and B12] in the sunscreen also provide antioxidant protection and help reduce the visible signs of ageing. Also, the lactic acid has anti-microbial properties, helping to fight certain skin disorders while yoghurt’s vitamins E and D, help relieve and heal sunburn impact.
    The majority of sunscreens are often too thick, not easily absorbed by the skin and its heavy texture troubles girls with oily skin. But this sunscreen is quite different; even though when it has a rich texture, it is easily absorbed by the epidermis and can work excellent as a base for your make-up or mixed together with a foundation. I often practise the latter technique to get some extra coverage and the necessary protection against the sun's rays. Used on its own, combined with a foundation, or as a base, this sunscreen works well for sensitive/fair complexions and fails to make any skin irritations appear. The sunscreen should be applied evenly onto face and neck at least 30 minutes before sun exposure and as needed! So, if you are on the beach or the pool or on the road, be sure to re-apply your sunscreen!

    You are now leaving Gotham
    Sun exposure is a daily necessity for all people and protecting our complexion is a task that needs our attention. Heavy textured sunscreens are something we have all experienced but Korres' "Sunscreen face cream yoghurt SPF50" gives high protection without clogging your complexion and leaving a smooth, moisturised result. And let me add that its scent has a hint of yoghurt so keep that in mind!

    P.S. Are you a sunscreen or a foundation with SPF fan? Also, do you tend to mix your moisturiser/sunscreen with another product?

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