26 responses

  1. Nikki
    April 13, 2010

    I don’t use sunscreen at night but I heard about the Computer screen, lighting do emit UV rays..but hey! it’s ok, its just minor and I’d love to give my skin a break at night time :)

    • ParisB
      April 13, 2010

      Yep! Same here. After all with all our swanky LCD monitors I dont think any uv ray emissions are a major concern anymore.

  2. Hanny
    April 13, 2010

    I have an aunt that still applies BB creams when she goes out at night, hehe, for the reasons you stated above, but yeah, it is pretty negligible…

    • ParisB
      April 13, 2010

      Perhaps she uses the BB Creams as foundation? But then BB Creams are all in one anyway

  3. innerchild
    April 13, 2010

    lol Paris, your posts are always humorous to read, I love your posts! :)

    I don’t use SPF at night when I’m going out. It’s unnecessary and doesn’t make enough difference on the skin.

    • ParisB
      April 13, 2010

      Hehe thank you :D I agree with you too – its unnecessary I believe

  4. Tine
    April 13, 2010

    Ahh! Great question! I’ve had this question in my mind for ages, but I still do not have the answer. They say that even though you’re indoors, you should still have sunscreen on because of the UV rays from the computer and fluorescent lights above. But really, don’t you still get that at night when the lights are on and you’re in front of the computer?

    I still haven’t a clue on this, but like you, I don’t put it on at night. Let the skin breathe a little, I say ;)

    • ParisB
      April 13, 2010

      I stick to applying sunscreen in the day anywhere I am simply because I’m a little paranoid :) But at night I reckon any UV rays emitted from anything is negligible. Key here is moderation. Perhaps if you have a spotlight or fluorescent light constantly trained on you at night then it might make sense to apply sunscreen but wash it off before going to bed. But seriously. How many of us bother right?

  5. Connie
    April 13, 2010

    Indoors with lighting, yes. At night? That’s taking it too far. If I’m THAT afraid of UV rays (which I’m not) I might as well stay in a dungeon. Wait, do candles emit UV rays? OMG! O_O

    • ParisB
      April 13, 2010

      But those pesky rays could penetrate dungeon walls! And what about mould? Do they emit rays too? ;) I think the night thing is taking things way too far too

  6. Jean
    April 13, 2010

    Normally I don’t use it at night as well..
    but if I need to stay up all night in front my computer screen, I will use it!

  7. YJia
    April 13, 2010

    I don’t we need it at night because I think we should let our skin take a break at night ! haha… Perhaps people who sleeps under s strong light will need it ? just like my classmate , she nvr dare to off the light to sleep XD

    • ParisB
      April 14, 2010

      Ooh how does she sleep with the light on?! I need total or near total darkness :D

  8. monstro
    April 13, 2010

    Bearing in mind that Sunblock is cancerous in huge amounts, I like to give my skin a rest at nights. And I only apply sunblock if I’m going out of the house! Lazy, lazy!

    • ParisB
      April 14, 2010

      Oho! Gotta be more diligent babe!

  9. sesame
    April 13, 2010

    I recently wrote that newer LCD screens don’t emit UV lights so for the majority of us, we’re safe. The lights and so forth don’t add up that much either. Only those with XP disorder might need help. Anyway, some of the products we use at night would have some level of UV protection if it included ingredients like shea butter, green tea, jojoba oil etc.

    • ParisB
      April 14, 2010

      I guess anything we put on our skin will shield the skin some what eh? thanks for the update!

  10. Sarah
    April 13, 2010

    hmm I think that’s abit too much though I still use sunscreen even if I’m at home during the day. My skin needs to breathe at nite..lol

    • ParisB
      April 14, 2010

      Oh I use sunscreen every daylight hour whether or not I go out of the house. I stop once I have my evening shower

  11. Yvonne
    April 13, 2010

    Oh hey, think about this. The moon emits light that comes from the………..?

    • ParisB
      April 14, 2010

      Haha! There might be something there :D

      • Moon
        May 15, 2010

        Moonlight only returns a sliver of the sunlight’s colors. More specifically, it absorbs ultraviolet and other colors. Go ahead and wear red under a full moon in a forest , and notice how it looks black. That’s because there’s no red in moonlight!

  12. milktea
    April 13, 2010

    i’m sure the answer is no. this is taking beauty a step too far!

  13. Vi
    November 15, 2010

    Hi Paris,

    Do you know where we can get La Roche Posay sunscreen here?

    Thanks!

    • ParisB
      November 15, 2010

      La Roche Posay isn’t available in Malaysia as of now. It might be soon. We’ll have to wait for the news :)

  14. Roben
    December 24, 2012

    I don’t wear sunscreen at night because I see no point and I believe letting skin rejuvenate is great anti aging but I wear sunscreen SPF 100 becausemy skin does not do well in the sunny complexion always gets ruined because of the sun but wearing sunscreen makes that worry dissappear my only wanting is a sunscreen with SPF 100 that contain zinc and titanium that would absorbs really fast i hate waiting for sunscreen to dry because it takes forever I have to apply it at night right before bed so when I wake up it absorbed onto my skin, I let it dry for about 30 minutes even then it isn’t dry still really oily so I put on an old sweater with my hood up and go to sleep than I wake up and my skin has already absorbed sunblock, another is after your shower pat dry your skin than moisturize with whatever after moisturizing stay in the shower restroom because your skin seems to stay damp in there I apply sunscreen my skin absorbs it within 20 minutes

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