Helena Rubenstein said you should adjust your makeup to suit the light in which you wear it. The same can be said of face cream, in particular, the distinction between day and night creams and why both are necessary. Many of us, while happily alternating between the two, wonder what the actual difference is. Essentially it boils down to one thing: light.

To be more specific, the Ultra Violet light that makes up the sun’s rays. We all know that the sun’s strong rays that deliver intense heat can be harmful to the skin burning it if not protected by sunscreen. However, what many of us don’t realize is how much damage even those rays that don’t burn us can cause regarding aging the skin. This is why day creams like Solvaderm’s Dermaxsol contain a ‘broad spectrum’ SPF of 30.

UVA versus UVB

For many of us living in temperate or cooler climates, sunscreen is something we wear to protect our skin from burning when on vacation or anywhere there is the strong sun; in the mountains, in the desert, by the sea. When doing this, however, we are only taking into account those intense rays containing short wave UVB light that hit when the sun is strongest. Long wave UVA rays, which appear milder but are present during all daylight hours and can penetrate through glass, are responsible for far more of the long-term damage done to the skin. Even sitting indoors all day by a window can result in UVA rays causing skin damage. A ‘broad spectrum’ SPF protects against both kinds of rays and is recommended by dermatologists for daily wear under makeup, and especially when going without it.

Protection versus Repair

Between the daily hydration they offer and their sun screening qualities, day creams can be said to be characterized by their protective nature. Night creams, on the other hand, have a very different job to do.

Night creams like Solvaderm’s Suvoderm contain ingredients such as Retinol (Vitamin A) which is necessary for the correct functioning of skin cells and other cells in the body. Also containing Vitamin E and Niacin, a type of Vitamin B, this cream works to aid the repair of cells while in their most receptive state.

Night and Day

With so many different day creams offering protection and hydration and night creams offering repair and moisturizing, choosing the right one for your skin type can be a chore. That’s why Solvaderm’s Daily Protocol system offers a more tailored solution. Both Dermaxsol day cream and Suvoderm night cream offer protection for all skin types and are suitable for those ages 20+. With specialized treatments used to deal with specific conditions, the need for different types of skin brighteners, for different skin types is eradicated. Night and day, Solvaderm offers the perfect solution.

Conclusion: You should adjust your makeup for Achieving younger-looking skin. To have a healthy glow and clear complexion all you need is regular skin care routine that doesn’t take longer than 5 minutes. We all know that the sun’s strong rays that deliver intense heat can be harmful to the skin burning it if not protected by sunscreen.



Kathy Mitchell was born and raised in USA. She has done MA in English literature and she loves to write articles on health and beauty. She is loves to read daily online magazine on health and beauty. Also she is contributing to consumer health digest since 2011. Her articles are both professional and creative. You can contact her on Facebook and Twitter.