Skin cancer is a significant health concern in the United States, with more than 20% of people estimated to get some form of it within their lifetime. Plus, every day, over 9,500 Americans are diagnosed with skin cancer.
Prevention is key when it comes to skin cancer which is why current research is looking into car window tinting as an effective way to help reduce your risk of skin cancer. This article explores how window tinting can protect you from UV radiation and reduce your chances of developing skin cancer.
Window Tinting And UVA/UVB Rays
The American Academy of Dermatology recommends that people wear sunscreen whenever they go outdoors, but what if you spend a lot of time in your car? Unfortunately, sunscreen can only do so much when you are driving around town – and this is where car window tinting comes in. Window tints such as Xpel offer 99% protection against both UVA and UVB rays, blocking out the ultraviolet radiation that causes skin cancer. This means that no matter how long you are in your car, you will be protected from those harmful rays.
Not only does window tinting provide sun protection, but it also provides other benefits like increased privacy and improved safety. Many types of window film also come with added security features like shatter resistance or enhanced break-in protection – further increasing the safety value of your vehicle. And since many types of window film are available with different levels of darkness, you can customize the look and feel inside your car without sacrificing any of these benefits.
Why Skincare Foundations Recommend Xpel Window Film
We use Xpel window film in our tinting services because it has been recommended as an effective protection against UV rays by skincare foundations worldwide. At Tintix, we only use professional-grade window films that provide maximum protection against UV radiation while still allowing natural light into your vehicle.
Not only does this protect you from skin cancer, but it also helps keep your car cool in the summer months and reduces glare for better visibility on those bright days!
If you choose not to tint your car’s windows, be sure to apply sunscreen when you get in the car and wear protective clothing. In addition, you should try to limit the amount of time you spend in direct sunlight. Car window tinting is a great way to reduce your risk of skin cancer and other sun-related issues – so why not give it a try?
Get A Professionally Installed Car Window Film Today
At Tintix, investing in car window film is essential for protecting yourself from the potentially harmful effects of ultraviolet radiation coming through your windows. Our team installs high-quality window film professionally so you can enjoy the health benefits and car safety associated with it without sacrificing comfort or convenience. To protect yourself from skin cancer and other harmful effects of UV today – contact Tintix today to get started.