Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Taking care of "summer skin" this hot season of summer

While the sun’s rays can be especially tantalizing this time of year, it can also lead to some severe and dangerous problems for those who aren’t well prepared. 

Ultraviolet rays from the sun can cause issues in vision, diet and are especially problematic for your skin.

Protect your skin this summer with these three tips.

Lather Up
This one is simple, lather on SPF sunscreen to create a first line of defense against dangerous rays from the sun. Experts suggest no sunscreen below SPF30 because they don’t offer enough protection.
Although many seek a bronze tan this time of year, sunscreen will allow you more time to spend outside to slowly and safely bronze your summer skin.

It’s essential that you protect one of your most sensitive organs, your eyes, from the summer’s dangerous rays. We suggest purchasing a dark pair of sunglasses that offer specific solutions to sunlight. The sun’s reflections off of the water can cause temporary or long-term blindness and can burn the sensitive skin below your eyes.

What are you wearing??
The best layer of defense from melanoma and other dangerous skin conditions is to wear clothing that will protect your body. Opt for a large hat paired with sunglasses and a sheer to add another element of defense to your body.

If you get sunburned, you must try Candace and Kids Goats Milk Soap - Lavender Goats Milk soap helps sooth sunburn and replenishes your hair after a all day adventure in the sun.  The Candace and Kids Calendula and Camomile also aids in treating sunburn, acne, exzema, diaper rash, insect bites, psoriasis, athlete's foot and shingles. 

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