To protect your skin from sun damage , particularly your face, neck and chest you should avoid prolonged exposition to direct sun, BUT everybody knows that correct??
Many studies show that unprotected sun exposure will eventually lead to skin degeneration and diseases. The sun spots, (flat brown spots on the skin) also called age spots, solar lentigines, or liver spots are triggered after prolonged unsafe sun exposure. When the sun’s UV rays hit the skin, they damage the pigment-producing cells called melanocytes and causing a spike in production of the skin pigment called melanin. Sometimes due to our body chemical reaction on that particular day, and the negative effects can be visible sometimes in less than 5 minutes.
THE SIMPLE APPROACH.
While sunscreen creams are necessary, applying complex sun protectors particularly on your facial skin, prevent your body from breathing freely and getting the benefits of the natural elements like water, air and moisture, a natural approach will re-set the skin to assimilate the goodness of nature, leading to a healthy you.
BUT HOW TO BE PROTECTED WITHOUT MISSING THE FUN OF SUNBATHING?
Be conscious and protect your skin for the long run should be on your priority beauty list. Remember the skin is the largest organ In our body, and it will be with you the rest of your life, so to keep it looking good and healthy is a MUST. Here is a simple approach you may want to try to help protect your most common exposed parts of the body while sunbathing others to the good of the sun without compromising your most sensitive skin.
THE SIMPLE THE BETTER.
Sometimes the simplest things are the most practical. Next time you are In the sun remembers to let your body breathe naturally, enjoy the water, feel and smell the fresh breezes. In the end, we have learned mother nature is the wisest of all.