Sunscreen Indoors

Do You Need to Apply Sunscreen Indoors?

Posted by Dr.Divneet Kaur on

Hey there, skincare enthusiasts! Welcome back to the Dermabay Skincare blog. Today, we're diving into a hot topic that's been buzzing in the skincare world – do you really need to apply sunscreen indoors? You might be surprised by the answer!  It might seem a bit counterintuitive, but the answer isn't as straightforward as you might think. Our goal at Dermabay Skincare is to keep you informed and glowing, so let's get into it!

Why Sunscreen Indoors?

You might be wondering why on earth you would need sunscreen when you're safely tucked away indoors. Well, it turns out that indoor UV exposure is more common than you might realize. Our skin is constantly bombarded by two types of harmful UV rays: UVA and UVB.

UVA rays are responsible for premature aging, and they can penetrate windows, making your skin susceptible even when you're inside. Think about all the time we spend near windows, whether it's in the office, at home, or in the car. UVA rays are sneaky, and they're always around.

UVB rays are the ones that cause sunburn, and they are mostly blocked by windows. However, they can still sneak through on particularly sunny days or if you're spending extended periods next to a window.

Benefits of Using Dermabay Sunscreen Indoorsharma

Prevent Premature Aging: 

Indoor UV exposure can lead to the development of fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots. By applying Dermabay Best Sunscreen indoors, you can help prevent these signs of premature aging.

Maintain Even Skin Tone: 

Sunscreen helps maintain an even skin tone by preventing the formation of dark spots caused by UV damage. Whether you're working by a sunny window or binging your favorite series, your skin will thank you.

Protection Against Harmful Blue Light: 

In our tech-driven world, we're constantly exposed to screens emitting blue light. Dermabay Sunscreen is formulated to protect your skin from this modern-age threat, leaving you worry-free.

How to Apply Sunscreen Indoors?

Now that you're convinced about the importance of indoor sunscreen, let's talk about how to apply it effectively.

Morning Routine: 

Incorporate sunscreen into your morning skincare routine. After cleansing and moisturizing, apply Dermabay Sunscreen SPF 50 generously to your face, neck, and any exposed areas.

Reapply as Needed: 

If you're spending extended periods indoors, especially near windows, consider reapplying sunscreen every two hours for optimal protection.

Don't Forget These Areas: 

Remember to apply sunscreen to commonly neglected areas like your hands, ears, and the back of your neck. These spots are often exposed to indirect sunlight.


In conclusion, the answer to the question, "Do you need to apply sunscreen indoors?" is a resounding yes! Protecting your skin from indoor UV exposure, blue light, and the signs of premature aging is essential for maintaining healthy, radiant skin.

So, make the smart choice for your skin's health and grab your Dermabay Sunscreen SPF 50 today. It's your all-in-one solution for indoor and outdoor sun protection. Say goodbye to the worries of UV damage, and hello to beautiful, radiant skin!

Stay radiant, stay protected, and stay fabulous with Dermabay Skincare. Until next time, skincare lovers!

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