To bask and frolic in the Sun is one of the best, but the Sun’s healing rays are also, unfortunately, otherwise dangerous, so you need to protect you and your family well. And not only when in tanning on holiday, but also when you are on the playground or in the garden.
Creams with SPF
It is not only when we are situated and FRY in the Sun by the pool, we are exposed to the Sun’s rays. So do we, in fact, every time we’re out – even when it is cloudy, overcast skies or we sit in the shade. That is why we need to protect our skin. The hands and the face is particularly vulnerable, for here is the skin not protected by clothing. In many facial creams and hand creams are therefore infused SPF beyond cremens General function as moisturizing and nourishing. A cream with Sun protection factor is not a sunscreen.
Sunscreens for body and face
There are sunscreens for both the head and the body, and it is a good idea to buy both. It to the body is more bold and can therefore be too oily for facial fine skin. When you lubricates yourself with sunscreen, it is important to use enough. Many tend to use too little, but in fact recommend the Danish Cancer Society, that you use quite a handful to protect the body optimally. The layer is too thin, the fall factor in Sun block, and you don’t get the full benefits. Also, be sure to lubricate the cream at 20 min. before heading out in the Sun, and you have children, they must of course also have a thorough proection.
What factor sunblock should you use?
At a minimum, you must use factor 15 – and would like more. To face a sunscreen with a factor 30 can be a good idea. However, there is no need to use all the way up to factor 50, because it does not protect twice as much as a factor of 25. Use rather a slightly lower factor, and butter you often. A rule of thumb says approximately every 2. time, but it can vary, depending on whether you bathe and sweat a lot or have dried up with a towel. In countries close to the Equator are UV-index very high, so that you must use minimum factor 30.
Protect your children in the Sun
Sun protection is especially important in the face of your children, and sunscreen should not be the sole form of protection. Make sure that your children also have clothes on, Sun Hat and staying in the shade, especially between 12 and 15, where the Sun’s rays are most dangerous. And use like a sunscreen specially made for children. It protects is not better, but the amount of allergy-causing substance fere are lower than in the adult. Infants must absolutely be kept away from direct sunlight.
Vitamin d and sunscreen
Vitamin d is a very important vitamin for our well-being and plays a central role in relation to, among other things. our immune systems. Lack of vitamin D in addition to the physical problems can result in poor mood and energy level, as many Danes experience in winter, because they don’t get enough sun. The body cannot even produce vitamin D when our skin is in the Sun – and it is not very much in the winter. This does not mean that you have to avoid sunscreen, you still get the healthy vitamin D from the Sun, although you are lubricated well into. In the diet you will find vitamin D in e.g. eggs and fatty fish such as eel, herring, mackerel, salmon, etc.
Aftersun cools and soothes
A delicious aftersun is the last touch on a wonderful day in the Sun. It has a cooling effect, which is nice after the Sun’s warm rays, and is often fortified with aloe vera (or something similar), which softens the skin.
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