Complete your skincare routine with step 10 - sunscreen. Sunscreen is essential in protecting the skin from harmful UV rays, which can cause premature aging and skin cancer. It is designed to be used after moisturizer, to help protect the skin from sun damage and to complete the routine.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Sunscreens are products that protect the skin from harmful UV rays, preventing sun damage, pigmentation, and premature aging. In Korean skincare, the use of sunscreen daily, regardless of the weather, is considered crucial.

Yes, Sunscreens are suitable for all skin types. There are various types of sunscreens (chemical, physical, hybrid) with different ingredients, so it's important to choose one that is compatible with your skin type and sensitivities.

Sunscreens protect your skin from the sun's harmful UV rays, preventing skin damage, reducing the risk of skin cancer, and helping to maintain an even skin tone.

Sunscreen should be applied as the final step of your morning skincare routine, after moisturizer but before makeup. Apply liberally to all exposed areas of skin, and reapply every 2 hours or after swimming or sweating heavily.

Yes, it's still recommended to use sunscreen even if you spend most of your time indoors, as UV rays can still reach your skin through windows.

Absolutely! Sunscreens are designed to be used as part of your daily skincare routine and should be applied after all other skincare products to effectively protect your skin.