At EVY, we are passionate about sharing our knowledge about sunscreen and the effects of sun exposure. We know what people need to know but also what they want. Many of our customers have sensitive skin and can’t be exposed to the strong sun for a longer period of time. This doesn’t mean that they Read More
Everything there is to know about skincare and sun protection. Learn about the latest trends and current research.
Why sunscreen in the winter?
Knowing that sunlight can lead to skin problems and deeper health concerns, you might start wearing sunscreen more often, especially when the weather is warm and the sun is blazing. But what about winter? As it turns out, your skin can still undergo sun damage during the colder months. Therefore, you should slap on some Read More
The importance of cleansing.
Cleansing your skin is essential for removing any products you have applied and getting rid of dirt, excess sebum, microorganisms, and dead cells. You are likely to develop clogged pores and milia if you do not cleanse your face since comedones (whiteheads and blackheads form when dirt, makeup, and dead skin cells clog pores. Also, Read More
Good versus bad ingredients in cleansers
It’s important to cleanse your skin daily to remove any products you have applied and get rid of dirt, excess sebum, microorganisms, and dead cells. Unfortunately, cleansing is usually the most damaging part of a skincare routine since many cleansers contain harsh ingredients that dehydrate your skin. We have listed bad and good cleanser ingredients Read More
How do I choose the right sunscreen for me?
Summer is finally here, and as we spend more time outdoors in the direct sun, an efficient sunscreen is a must-have. But what makes a sunscreen efficient, and what should I look for? Is it possible to achieve the recommended amount of sunscreen? Most people apply less than half of the recommended amount of sunscreen, Read More
Sunscreen is unfairly accused of coral bleaching
For the past years, coral bleaching has been in the headlines due to the rapid decline of coral reefs. The devastating news raises questions on who to blame and what causes the severe bleaching. Studies stating that UV-filters in sunscreens are a cause of coral bleaching have made a huge impact, resulting in brands labeling Read More