The sun’s great shine of light has proved to be very beneficial for plants, humans and animals. But lately, the sun’s heat combined with the problems brought by climate change has been hard for people to deal with. Over the years, too much exposure to the sun’s UV rays lead to skin cancer for some, while others deal with sunburns, keratosis, and freckles—to name a few.
Undoubtedly, the sun will shine the way it usually does, but for people like us, it is how one’s response to the harmful UV rays is that will help protect the skin in the long run.
Read on and see how to protect yourself from these harmful risks:
Regardless of whether one is simply in the comforts of the home or is travelling by car, window tints help protect your eyes and skin from the glaring sun. Car tinting in Portsmouth and window tinting in Cardiff offer the best and affordable service in installing dyes for your home and car windows. Not only does it protect us, but it can protect our home and car fixtures, too!
Don’t wait for the summer before you put that sunscreen on. For many, using lotions, gels, and moisturizers that have SPF 15 and a UVA rating of 4 or 5 have already been a part of their skincare routine in helping filter the harmful UV rays, and so should you.
To protect the eyes and the skin around them, opt for sunglasses that have lenses that protect against UV rays. Read labels to confirm and ask an eye care professional for the details of the product before purchasing.
Learn more about protecting yourself from harmful UV rays by reading this infographic by GlobalTint.