Monday, November 2, 2009

Stay Safe In Sun



All skin types burn. Let's get that cleared up once and for all. From the palest to the darkest tone if you are outside exposed for an undetermined length of time in the sun without protection for your skin, you will eventually burn. So if you're in awe of your dark skinned friend because you think he or she doesn't burn, think again. Another thing, if you think moving to the North Pole will hinder you from getting sun burn, wrong again. Even if there is snow outside up to the roof tops and it's below zero outside, if you are out in the sun that's shining brightly, you can still get burned. Really. Our skin is very sensitive to all of the elements that inhabit this world and it's up to us to protect them because Mother Nature can be very grueling when she feels like it. Here are some tips to protecting your skin whether you're in the hottest to coldest climate on this planet we call Earth.

3 comments on "Stay Safe In Sun"

josh on June 9, 2011 at 4:53 AM said...

You must stay on guard all day, every day and for all four seasons. Planning activities in the morning or late afternoon will increase your odds for success.You can help protect your skin from the harmful UV rays, the free radicals that cause sun damage, by eating lot's of colorful fruits and green leafy vegetables which are high in antioxidants.

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johnweiland on August 19, 2011 at 3:29 AM said...

Hii
Tips have been provided to stay safe from sun but excessive care should also be provided If you answered "sunscreen," you're wrong. The most effective way actually is to simply stay out of the summer sun in the middle of the day. If that's not possible, wearing dark, tightly-woven clothing and a wide-brimmed hat also works. Only then comes sunscreen, which isn't a panacea and shouldn't be exclusively relied upon. Here are some more tips to protect yourself:
Wear sunglasses that include a warranty stating they provide 99-100% UVA and UVB (broad-spectrum) protection.
Apply one ounce (a palm full) of sunscreen to all exposed skin 15 minutes before venturing outdoors.

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johnweiland on August 19, 2011 at 3:39 AM said...

Hii
Tips have been provided to stay safe from sun but excessive care should also be provided If you answered "sunscreen," you're wrong. The most effective way actually is to simply stay out of the summer sun in the middle of the day. If that's not possible, wearing dark, tightly-woven clothing and a wide-brimmed hat also works. Only then comes sunscreen, which isn't a panacea and shouldn't be exclusively relied upon. Here are some more tips to protect yourself:
Wear sunglasses that include a warranty stating they provide 99-100% UVA and UVB (broad-spectrum) protection.Apply one ounce (a palm full) of sunscreen to all exposed skin 15 minutes before venturing outdoors.
Aaden14
African Hair Care

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