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what is SPF and how much is enough?

"SPF" stands for "Sun Protection Factor." SPF indicates how much longer a person wearing sunscreen can stay in the sun before beginning to burn than they would without using any sunscreen at all. (For example, if you start burning after 10 minutes of sun exposure with no sunscreen, an SPF 15 sunscreen may grant you 15 times as much sun exposure or 2 1/2 hours of sun exposure without burning.)

It is recommended that you use an SPF of 15 or higher. Please visit the American Academy of Dermatology and the Sun Safety Alliance (SSA) for further guidelines. 



responsible ingredients
buji Block® is formulated to provide SPF 24 sun protection.  Our ingredients are UVA/UVB blockers, providing broad-spectrum protection. 

We use zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, inorganic minerals that block the sun rays. Chemical sunscreens contain ingredients, such as avobenzone or oxybenzone, that actually absorb the suns rays.  These chemicals are known to generate free radicals, which some scientists have linked to cancer.  To protect you and your family, büji® products are only made with physical compounds that have not been linked to cancer-causing agents. 

sun protection
The incidence of skin cancer is increasing faster than any other cancer with more than one million new cases expected this year. Skin cancer can be caused by too much sun, long-term exposure and bad sunburns. More than 90 percent of all skin cancers occur on parts of the body exposed to the sun. In addition, regular sun exposure causes skin damage and premature aging, resulting in dark patches, wrinkles and weakened skin elasticity, among other effects.

UV Exposure
The sun produces both visible and invisible rays. The invisible rays, known as ultraviolet-A (UVA) and ultraviolet-B (UVB), cause suntan, sunburn and sun damage.
There is no such thing as a safe tan.
You can burn even on a cloudy day.
It is estimated that we receive 80 percent of our lifetime sun exposure in the first 18 years of life.
Depletion of the Earth’s ozone continues to increase exposure to UV rays.
Skin Cancer
More than one million new cases of skin cancer are diagnosed each year in the United States.
Skin cancer is increasing at a faster rate than any other cancer.
One in 75 Americans will develop melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.
Each sunburn increases a child's chance of developing skin cancer as an adult.

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