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How to protect from sun damage

Skin Care 2020-05-20

Every day, your skin is faced with the harmful effects of the sun from UV rays and pollution and we all know over-exposure to sunlight can have lasting effects on the skin. The harmful UV rays damage your skin and cause visible signs of aging, including dryness, dark spots, loss of elasticity, fine lines, premature wrinkles and uneven skin tone, and the worst situation might be skin cancer.

Here are our Sun Safety Tips

• Dress for the weather: wear loose-fitting and light-colored clothing with more breathable natural material fabric.

• Keep yourself hydrated: drink plenty of water, before you feel thirsty, even before you begin your outdoor activity to decrease your risk of dehydration.

• Cover up and avoid overexposure from sunlight: wear a wide-brimmed hat or use an umbrella, and sunglasses.  Always make sure they provide protection against UVA and UVB rays.

• Limit your time in the sun: The sun's UV rays are the strongest between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.  To the extent possible, limit exposure to the sun during these hours.

Or you may use sunscreen, with a sun protection factor of at least 15 to avoid overexposure to sunlight. The two most common types of sunscreen are chemical sunscreen and physical sunscreen. Physical sunscreens create a barrier on the skin that filter out UV rays, while the chemical sunscreens work by absorbing the sun's rays via a chemical reaction and dispelling the excess energy as heat. The better choice for sunscreen is "broad-spectrum" sun lotion as it will help screen out most of the UVA and UVB rays.

Fees upgrade broad-spectrum sun lotions combine physical and chemical sunscreen filters, protecting the skin from long-term sunlight exposure. With non-greasy formula, an invisible finish ensuring that there's no annoying white cast left behind when you rub it in, the excellent makeup base with the most pleasant textures.

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