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Why You Need to Use Natural Sunscreen 2

Most of us understand the importance of wearing natural sunscreen during the summer months to avoid sunburn and skin damage, but did you know that you should be wearing sun protection all year round? Regardless of what your skin colour or type is, protecting your skin for UVA and UVB rays, even during the winter months is essential for your health. Not convinced? Here are five indisputable reasons why you need to use natural sunscreen.

Wearing natural sunscreen protects your skin from UV rays. Thanks to the depletion of the ozone layer, our skin is exposed to more UV rays which can cause sun damage and harmful side effects. To adequately protect your skin from the sun, you need to be wearing at least factor 15 every day.

Wearing natural sunscreen lowers your risk of skin cancer. One of the most common types of cancers, rates are predicted to increase to 32 cases per 100,000 by 2035 with around 100,000 new cases diagnosed each year. Wearing natural suncream every day can cut your chances of getting skin cancer by up to 50%.

Wearing natural sunscreen prevents premature ageing of the skin. Sun damage is notorious for ageing the skin before its time. Too much exposure and not enough protection results in a leathery look, patches of discolouration, lines, sagging, and wrinkles. By wearing natural sunscreen, you can reduce the signs of ageing caused by sun damage by up to 24%.

Wearing natural sunscreen helps you to maintain an even skin tone. Too much sun can cause dark spots and discolouration but if you apply adequate sun protection on a regular basis, you can prevent this, leaving your skin even and healthy.

Wearing natural sunscreen doesn’t have to compromise your eco-friendly ethos. At Peace With The Wild, we have gathered together a range of natural sun creams that are plastic free, eco and zero waste as well as full of natural, vegan, chemical free ingredients.


  1. Hi i had basal cell carcinomas removed from my nose and eye socket in 2021. I have been scared in to using factor 50 but it doesnt seem to agree with my skin , so havent been protecting my skin except by wearing a hat and covering up and avoiding midday sun. Are rhe natural sunscreens an option for me ??

    Diana Langford Jones
    1. Hi Diana,

      Thank you for your comment.

      Natural sunscreens are much kinder to the skin and form a barrier on top of the skin rather than under the skin, so these could potentially be a great option for you. I would definitely recommend checking with a medical professional first!

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