How to protect skin in summers?

Sun damage can lead to premature aging of the skin, marks, dry skin, wrinkles, and skin cancer etc. It's important to know how the sun's rays impact our skin. Ultraviolet rays penetrate the dermis. Sun damage can activate free radicals and promote skin aging. We should stay out of the sun between the hours of 10am and 3pm. The hottest part of the day in summer are the most damaging hours. We shouldn’t stay out in the sun for long periods of time around the hottest hours; the longer we are outside, the longer our skin is exposed to the radiation. We should get our exercise and activities done in the cooler hours.

We should drink plenty of water. Hydrated skin is better and it's easy for skin to dehydrate during the summer months. Dehydration results in frown-lines, a sluggish complexion dry skin, spots, and a lack of "glow". We should drink water regularly throughout the day. Water will hydrate our skin and will flush out toxins. Also eat healthy foods. A healthy skin is the result of healthy diet. Cut down on sugar and refined processed foods Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, in salads, steamed, raw, or as part of a recipe dish.

Water will hydrate our skin and will flush out toxins. Also eat healthy foods. A healthy skin is the result of healthy diet. Cut down on sugar and refined processed foods Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, in salads, steamed, raw, or as part of a recipe dish.