G.P. — The summer months are coming. And naturally, it is tan time! Yeah, it is time to take off those heavy pieces of clothing, show some skin, and soak in the rays of the sun for a healthy glow.
But other prefers a deeper color. So, lugging their rel="dofollow">non woven tote bags, they hit the beach early in the morning and stay on the sand under the heat of the sun until it finally sets. haha
It is a wonderful and liberating feeling to just stay there under the sun but we have to be careful because of the diseases that can come out of it. Some people, like me are allergic to the sun, so it is really frustrating. A few minutes of exposure can cause me some rashes. If I stay too long out there, then I would itch all over, including my scalp. And this sun rash does not go away for a long time, like several weeks. They say that the prevention of a sun rash includes wearing a rash guard and some thick sun cream, but hey, I can’t go out like a ninja! Yeah, it is the exposed areas that get rashes.
In some cases, people are so engrossed with lying and relaxing on the beach that they make the mistake of applying sun cream only once throughout the day. And they do not re-apply even if they go swimming. That is a big no-no. The higher the SPF means that is how long you can expose yourself under the sun without having to re-apply sun protection. So, if your lotion is SPF 45, it’s okay to stay for about 45 minutes. Then re-apply your lotion. If you go swimming, then you will have to re-apply, too.
Stay safe under the sun and avoid getting skin problems by using a high SPF sun cream or lotion. Have fun!