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Part - 2


Inside and Out.

In the first part of our series on sun safety, we explored all about SUNRAYS and it's effects.

In this article, we will delve into both internal and external methods to ensure total sun protection.

By adopting these practices, you can safeguard your skin from the damaging effects of UV radiation and maintain healthy skin for years to come!

Let's Begin!

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  • DIET AND NUTRITION: Consuming a diet rich in antioxidants, such as fruits and vegetables, helps strengthen your skin's natural defence against UV damage. Antioxidants neutralise harmful free radicals induced by UV radiation, mitigating their impact on your skin cells.

  • HYDRATION: Adequate hydration is essential for skin health. Drinking plenty of water keeps your skin well hydrated, enhancing its ability to withstand sun exposure. Remember to replenish your body with fluids throughout the day, especially when spending time outdoors.

  • SUPPLEMENTS: Certain supplements, such as vitamin D and astaxanthin, offer additional internal protection against sun damage. Consult with your healthcare provider to determine whether these supplements suit you.

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  • SUNSCREEN: Applying sunscreen is paramount to protect your skin from both UVA and UVB rays. Choose a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of 30 or higher. Make sure to apply it generously to all exposed areas of your body, including your face, neck, arms, and legs. Reapply every 4 hours. ALWAYS double check if the sunscreen is "FDA-approved" or "CE-marked".

  • PROTECTIVE CLOTHING: Wearing the right clothing can provide an additional physical barrier against UV rays. Opt for lightweight, long-sleeved shirts, pants, and skirts made of tightly woven fabrics. Additionally, choose a wide-brimmed hat to shield your face, neck, and ears from direct sunlight. UV-protective sunglasses will safeguard your eyes and the delicate skin around them.

  • SEEK SHADE: When the sun is at its strongest, usually between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., seek shade whenever possible. Trees, umbrellas, and canopies offer a haven from direct sunlight, reducing your overall UV exposure. Use UV protective umbrellas and take breaks indoors or under shaded areas to minimise the risk of sunburn and prolonged sun damage.

  • HEAL: Calm skin from inflammation or sunburn using cooling ingredients like Aloe Vera, Calamine, Calendula, and Allantoin for minor burns or cuts. Try a Multani mitti face pack with rose water or curd to soothe and relieve skin from the day's heat. Let your skin rest and repair overnight.

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Now that you know how to protect yourself from the harmful rays of the sun, stay tuned for the upcoming blog! It's dedicated to those with sun damage or a desire to fix their tans. I have valuable insights to share with you, so stay put!