Most think sun protection = lotion, cream, spray.

When looking for a quality scalp & hair sunscreen, here are some things to consider:

First, look at the product's SPF (sun protection factor). Products that are labeled with SPF40 provide the highest level of protection against ultraviolet (UV) rays. It's important to ensure that your scalp sunscreen contains a high SPF rating, as this will help to guard your scalp against UVA and UVB rays that can cause skin cancer, sunburn, and other sun-related damage.

Second, check the product's ingredients. It's important to use a scalp & hair sunscreen that is free from potentially dangerous and irritating chemicals, such as oxybenzone, octinoxate, avobenzone, and avobenzone sulfate. The ingredient list on the labeling of a quality scalp & hair sunscreen should list its "active ingredients," such as Homosalate, Octocrylene, and Octisalate, that protect against UV rays. Additionally, a quality sunscreen should also contain nourishing, hydrating, and volumizing ingredients, such as safflower seed oil and green tea oil, to help keep scalp cells hydrated and scalp hair looking thick and lustrous.

Third, consider the product's benefits. A good quality sun protective spray should not only protect the scalp from harmful UV rays, but should add volume to the hair and help to restore any damage caused by the strong summer sun. It's also important to select a product that provides protection without weighing down the hair or leaving behind a sticky residue.

Finally, ensure that you follow the instructions listed on the product label. Ensure that your scalp & hair sunscreen is applied to dry hair; wet or damp hair will not be effective in protecting against UV rays. If swimming or sweating after applying the sunscreen, re-apply after you towel off.

By following these tips, you'll be well on your way to finding a sunscreen spray that provides the protection and volumizing benefits you need to enjoy a safe, stylish summer. Don't forget to stay protected while looking stylish this summer season!



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