With the arrival of spring, the season of flowers and the awakening of nature, we are also faced with summer time, which gives us a few more hours of light and milder and more pleasant temperatures. The beauty of the season invites us to expose ourselves to the first rays of the sun, however we often tend to overlook the precautions we take the most during the summer.
In reality, the spring sun is no less dangerous than the summer one, and without adequate protective screens, the skin is equally at risk of burns, rashes and all the damage that the sun causes during the summer, perhaps with less prolonged exposure.
Despite the milder and more windy climate, we tend to mislead and expose ourselves to the sun for a longer time, so it's important to take the right precautions to protect your skin from the sun during the spring season.
The sun is not harmful with the right sunscreen: you can show off a nice tan without risking your health.
How to tan properly in every season?
To get a healthy tan and protect your skin from sun damage, there are some basic rules to follow in every season.
First of all, it is important to avoid exposure to the sun during the hottest hours of the day, even in spring and during cloudy days.
Furthermore, it is essential to frequently apply a sunscreen with safe filters for UVA and UVB rays, suitable for your skin phototype.
Wearing a pair of sunglasses that also protect the eye contour area from reflected radiation is just as important.
Finally, to prepare the skin for exposure to the sun, it is advisable to use the body cream with tanning activator , applying it daily for at least a week before exposure to the sun.
By following these simple but important rules, you can get a healthy tan that is protected from the harmful action of the sun's rays, in every season.
Also remember that after a day in the sun, your skin needs to be treated with care!
The sun is a determining factor for skin health and can cause aesthetic damage and even skin diseases. In particular, UVA rays, which reach the dermis, the deepest layer of the skin, can cause damage and alter the skin's protective mechanisms. These rays penetrate deeply, stimulating the production of free radicals which, in turn, damage cells and accelerate the aging process. As a result, wrinkles can form, especially in areas most exposed to the sun such as the face, neck, décolleté and hands.
In addition, excessive exposure to the sun can cause a number of skin conditions, such as the onset of sun spots and freckles, and in some cases even melanoma, a form of skin cancer. Therefore, it is essential to protect the skin from the sun's rays, especially during the hottest hours of the day, when the sun's rays are most intense.