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Sun Damaged Skin: Care & Glow


Summer is the time when everyone feels a breath of freshness. The season comes with long days and smaller nights and provides a lot of opportunities for outings. But all those joyrides expose your skin to sun damage. It can cause multiple skin problems such as dry skin, wrinkles, aging, marks, and even skin cancer in case of prolonged sun exposure. There is no doubt that summers are a happy season when you have the freedom to wear anything and go anywhere but turns out, it is not so happy and healthy for your skin.

You can not avoid the sun completely. Moreover, it is also vital for your body as you get the necessary Vitamin D from it. But certain rays of the sun are so harmful that it can damage your skin beyond repair. Therefore, you need to soak the benefits of the sun carefully. To avoid sun harm, you need to practice some sun damage preventive methods for your skin.

Not sure what these are? Take a look below.

Sunscreen- Sunscreen should be a vital product of your make up routine. Even if you do not apply makeup, do not skip sunscreen. Sunscreen builds a protective layer on your skin and thus helps it protect from the harmful UV Rays of the sun. A minimum of 50 SPF should always be used even in winters to ensure all-round protection.

Diet- An anti-oxidants rich diet helps reduce sun damage to your skin. Foods such as berries, citrus fruits, and green vegetables should be present in your diet if you want to repair the sun damage. Green Tea is also known to have skin-repairing benefits for sun-damaged skin.

Face Masks- Face Masks are very beneficial in healing your skin. They sit on your face for quite a long time and seep deep into your skin. Face masks containing Arbutin or Vitamin C extracts can help in maintaining the even tone of your skin.

Besides all these, taking care of your skin, in general, is important to ensure that it looks healthy. Maintain a regular cleaning, exfoliating, and moisturizing ritual. Use a Night Cream for intensive benefits. Avoid going out in the sun as much as possible. Cover your skin completely before leaving the home.

Healthy skin is the most beautiful. Be healthy to be beautiful!


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