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Skin Health in the Summer

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A lot of people think that summer is the best time to get a tan and sit outside for a fun time. While it is definitely a great time to explore the natural sunlight, it can also lead to ill-health when done in the wrong way. There are definitely right and wrong ways to treat your skin when it comes to the summer.

In the following article, we will outline some of the better options for improving your skin health. While you need to get adequate sunlight in order to get vitamin D, it is still harmful if you have the wrong methods.

Apply sunscreen regularly - We all know the importance of applying sunscreen regularly, but most people still don't do it. Application of sunscreen one time over the course of a few hours is not going to do much good especially if one enters the water. Make sure to add sunscreen every 45 minutes and ensure it is a SPF that is suitable for your skin tone.

Treat skin afterwards - Even if you don't feel like you have any problems, treating skin afterwards is a great idea. A website called ArtsWire offers a variety of different products to treat skin after the beach vacation is over. You can also use coconut oil or butter if you have that at home.

Too much of anything is bad - Many people are dark and manage not to get burned no matter how much time they spend outside. Sunlight increases the signs of aging, which means it isn't good for anyone no matter what. Just get a few hours a day and try to stay shaded with a hat or umbrella if possible.

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