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Sunny Day Skincare Tips
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Sunny days are a bit of a paradox. They do wonders for your mood but can be harmful, even dangerous, for your skin.
Sunny climates generally fall into two categories, sunny and dry or sunny and humid, and each comes with its own set of challenges. But regardless of where you are in the world, the most important thing you can do to protect the health and appearance of your skin is to wear a broad spectrum sunscreen year round. It is also important to wear sunscreen even on dreary days since the sun’s rays still penetrate through clouds. Broad spectrum sunscreens guard against both the UVB rays that cause sunburns and the UVA rays that lead to the signs of aging skin — dryness, brown spots, fine lines, wrinkles and eventually sagging. All of these beauty bummers are caused by UV rays interacting directly with the skin causing damage to the collagen fibers, as well as indirectly producing free radicals that damage skin’s DNA.
Sunny, Dry Climates
In sunny, dry climates like deserts and some mountainous areas, it is easy for skin to become parched.
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