People are widely using sunscreens these days to prevent themselves from the scorching sun. While most people frequently visits beach for suntanning and stay there for an average 4 hours. In a survey it was revealed that around 50% suntanning people use sunscreens and 50% do not use any sunscreen and their skin gets brown from pale yellow.
Most of the people do not use sunscreens while it is significantly proved that sun rays are extremely damaging. Therefore, using sunscreens is essential for people who spend most of their time outside under sun.
Sunscreens are used for a variety of purposes. Some people use it for preventing sun burn, some use it for enhanced experience of sun tanning, some use it for preventing from wrinkles and some use it for caring their skin from harsh external stimuli that affect skin very badly.
- Prevents sun burns
- Prevents from hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, red spots etc.
- Prevents from skin cancer and damage of skin cells
Dermatologists recommend the frequent usage of sunscreens is essential before going outside. Sun rays are quite damaging to sensitive skin cells and stimulates sebaceous glands and may lead to acne breakouts.
Remember using sunscreens is not the only solution for getting rid of acne. You must eat balanced diet in conjunction with using sunscreens. Drink plenty of water and try to be happy and relaxed. Also keep your skin hydrated while tanning under sun.
If your skin is sensitive, certain sunscreens may cause irritation, itching and red bumps. Therefore, consult your health care professional or dermatologist before using any sunscreen and herbal remedies.
Generally, sunscreens do not cause irritation or any unwanted effects, but it is noted that certain sunscreens with fragrance often cause irritation, itching and red bumps.
Do all sunscreens protect against all type of ultraviolet radiations?
Not all sunscreens protect you against all types ultraviolet radiations. There are two basic types of radiations Ultraviolet-A and Ultraviolet-B. Most sunscreens are aimed at protecting against ultraviolet-B while few aims at Ultraviolet-A. Some sunscreens are also available in the market that protects you against both types of ultraviolet rays (Ultraviolet-A and B), these sunscreens are called broad spectrum sunscreens.
As ozone layer has been damaged due to excessive pollution, most of the extremely damaging sun rays reach the earth without being filtered through the atmosphere. Therefore, skin diseases are increasing day by day. Acne, red bumps, hyperpigmentation and skin cancer are prevailing. Scientists have discovered hundreds of alternative ways to protect people against damaging ultraviolet rays of sun. Sunscreens are now widely used in the entire world as a way to provide easy protection from sun rays. Do wear sunscreens before going outside, and do not stay longer under the sun. Consult your dermatologist before using any sunscreen as it may react or cause allergy in few people.
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