The daily busy lives refrain us to indulge ourselves in self-care.
We hardly follow our skincare routine as we fail to get some quality time out of our occupied life.
But missing on some important essentials such as sunscreen can cause an unfixable damage to your skin and repenting it later won’t fix it.
However, applying sunscreen only during certain occasions may not prove to be a solution to your problem.
Sometimes, we don’t apply sunscreen when our skin desperately calls for the help of some sort of protection.
So, in what circumstances shall we not omit sunscreen?
Want to know?
It’s a common problem among girls; especially who love to flaunt the summer body often, but avoid the sunscreen during pool session as their ears are infected by some biased ideas and illogical humour.
As a result, while just relaxing upon your easy chair, your body remains exposed and then of course you know the consequences.
Tanning and other skin problems-UGH!
Girls, before arriving at a firm decision, do consult your derm because they are actually the right person to consult with and take the advice. If you avoid the sunscreen, pay its price later, simple.
Take action: Make sure to slather your sunscreen thickly and repeat the process after every two hours. Try to be under the shade and try to be clothed.
Have you applied the sunscreen before leaving for your sunny side work out?
But long walks runs make you sweat, of course. Skin becomes salty with no sunscreen to protect your skin from the UV rays. Is there any other ideal condition then this? Well, if your skin is salty it is more vulnerable to the UV monsters.
A widely supported fact claims that the ultraviolet rays crush your immune system apart from the cost of damage it does to your skin immediately.
Take action: Complete your work out before 10 a.m. in the morning or just begin it after 4 p.m. in the evening. And of course, don’t forget to put a hat and sweat-wicking clothes that cover your limbs.
Studies have found that the most relevant place for skin cancer is the left side of your body and doctors are suspecting that these are mostly common noticed in the countries where driving at the left-hand side it preferred. Thus, the left side is under direct exposure to UV rays. And the saddest part is that the window glass blocks don’t work quite effectively because it fails to ensure total protection. Hence, sunscreen is a necessity.
Take action: Minimize the amazing windy joyrides of your roof open cars because, in this way, you are giving an open invitation to the ultraviolet nuisance. Use wraparound goggles and use them even on cloudy days to safeguard the sides of your skin.