When the holiday season is in full swing, we’re more likely to think about a beautiful, bronzed tan and hours spent in the sun. In winter and autumn we long for warmth, sunshine and skin-tight outfits, so as soon as it starts getting a bit warmer we start seriously thinking about lying on the beach and sunbathing. After all, nothing looks as good as a sun-kissed body, right? With this statement you can both agree and disagree. Everything depends on individual contraindications, which we should always take into account, because unfortunately tanning is not as safe as it may seem.
The sun has a beneficial effect on your mood, but also on your health – it provides vitamin D3, which is important in the functioning of our entire body. But just as with everything else in the world, sunbathing too, you need to know moderation. Anything in too large quantities can be really dangerous. To look beautiful and be able to boast of a brown color of the skin, you do not need all day long lying “square” in the sun. The most important thing is moderation and proper protection, which protects against harmful UV rays.
UV rays have a very negative impact on our health and skin. Too long in the sun can lead to sunburn, dry skin and its peeling, and to dehydration, or even sunstroke. In very extreme cases, the rays can also lead to a number of diseases, including skin cancer. Sunbathing too long and too often can also leave many spots on your skin, which can also affect your health.
To protect yourself and your loved ones from the harmful effects of the sun, but also to take advantage of all the benefits of tanning, you should take care of proper protection. This will help you avoid any unpleasantness and still be able to enjoy a beautiful tan and healthy-looking skin. In addition to the following advice, remember that it’s better to tan on the move than by lying for hours on a beach. So what should you keep in mind when you decide to go tanning?