Vine Vera on Dealing with Sun Damage

Woman applying sun block at the beach with wide brimmed hat onAre wrinkles, brown spots, dull looking skin and loss of elasticity becoming a common problem for you? If yes, dealing with sun damage (responsible for about 90% of your accelerated skin aging) could help to make things a lot easier for you. According to studies, exposing your skin to the UVA and UVB rays of the sun can cause a lot of damage and also lead to skin cancer. Since this damage accumulates over a period of time and does not show instantly, it could be years before you figure out what damage has been caused. The best way around sun damage is to protect the skin from sun damage using sunscreens and protective measures. However, a lot more can be done to protect the skin from sun damage and even counteract the signs of aging. Moreover, sun damage isn’t only skin deep. The UV radiation also manages to alter the DNA of your skin cells, thereby leading to things like cancer, wrinkles, discoloration and fine lines. Here are a few solutions for dealing with sun damage and ensuring that your skin looks young and healthy.

Tip # 1 – Exfoliate the skin

Exfoliating your skin is the simplest way to smooth your skin and improve its brightness. Exfoliation helps you dissolve your skin cells or scrub them off (depending on the kind of exfoliation method used). This allows your younger and newer skin cells to shine through and allow you to improve your overall appearance as well.

Tip # 2 – Tackle brown spots

Getting rid of those brown spots, or skin pigmentation, is highly important as well. Skin lightening products play a great role in reducing these spots as they stop the uneven production of melanin that is being produced by the skin. However, it is important to ensure that the skin lightening product does not contain any harmful ingredients which can end up hurting the skin.

Tip # 3 – Protect your skin from the sun

Make sure that you avoid any further damage by using a broad spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30 everyday, 365 days a year, before you head outside your house. Don’t forget to reapply the sunscreen every two hours spent under the sun. Furthermore, you should also look into wearing broad rimmed hats and sunglasses.

Tip # 4 – Add antioxidants into your skin care routine

Using antioxidants is highly important as they protect your skin cell’s DNA and also boost the collagen and elastin levels in the skin, thereby helping out with anti-aging. The best way to do this is to eat antioxidant rich food and use antioxidant rich skin care products. Vitamin C based antioxidants and Resveratrol are considered to be great ingredients to use for uneven skin tones, pigmentation and aging skin.

Tip # 5 – Hydrate your body

Exposure to the sun, the humidity and chlorine can end up drying out your skin. Therefore, you need to replenish the moisture content of your skin to ensure that it remains hydrated. This helps in fighting wrinkles, dry skin and collagen and elastin deterioration.


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