Should you wear SPF in winter?
Why? Well… while UVB (the rays responsible for skin burning) have a tough time penetrating clouds and are generally lesser in the winter, so you don’t feel your skin burning in the same way. Heck, you don’t even feel warm, so it’s understandable to pass up on the sunscreen. But UVA rays - those responsible for skin ageing - are still very much present during any season. And they can pass through clouds and windows *gasps* and are even reflected by snow and ice - especially important if you’re taking to the ski slopes this season.