How to Protect Your Skin from the Sun

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                <p><strong><a rel="nofollow"
sun/">How to Protect Your Skin from the Sun</a></strong> – Human skin
is the outermost part of the body. With a surface area of skin between
about 1.6 square meters for a woman to 1.8 square meters for a man, make
the skin become the largest organ in the human body and spacious.
However, the skin can be damaged, especially by the sun. Sunlight on the
skin can cause skin cancer. The extent to which harmful sun rays to the
skin? How to protect your skin from dangerous sun rays?</p>
<p><strong>Sun Rays to Human Influence</strong><br> The sun is essential
to life. Without the sun, there is no life on earth. Sun contribute to
the process of photosynthesis in plants. In addition, the sun also acts
to stimulate the body to produce vitamin D, which serves to
memetabolisasi calcium, to form strong bones.</p>
<p>Sunlight, if a little is beneficial for the body. However, excessive
sunlight can be harmful to the skin. Even the hazard can increase with
increasing number of rays on the skin. Why?</p>
<p>The sun produces radiation that reaches the earth's surface. Solar
radiation is composed of infrared rays and visible light and ultraviolet
light within a radius of A and B (UVA and UVB). Fortunately, the
atmosphere absorbs cosmic rays, gamma rays and X-ray beam produced by the
sun. In addition, the ozone layer in the atmosphere also inhibits
ultraviolet radiation C (UVC) and filter out most of the UVA and UVB.
Unfortunately, the ozone layer is being damaged at various places so that
ultraviolet radiation is often called UV has increased lately.</p>
<p>Ultraviolet or UV radiation can cause skin damage, even permanent skin
damage including skin cancer. Ultraviolet radiation (UV) can cause your
skin to burn, and cause brown spots and thickening and dryness of the
skin. UV radiation can damage DNA, suppress immunity, and activate the
chemicals in the body that can cause cancer. Another negative effect is
premature aging. Even later revealed that UVA radiation penetrates the
skin deeper than UVB, which can cause skin cancer, and may suppress the
immune system.</p>

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<p><strong><a rel="nofollow"
sun/">Protecting Skin from Sun</a></strong><br> Your skin has a natural
protection system is a layer of melanin. The more brown color of your
skin then the thick layer of melanin in your skin thus giving more
protection for your skin. Therefore, at very low among the African people
getting skin cancer because of their natural protective immune enough to
block the ultraviolet radiation (UV). However, for those who are white
have a thin layer of melanin. Therefore, the white skin, the more
vulnerable to ultraviolet radiation (UV).</p>
<p>Given the dangers of ultraviolet radiation (UV) sun, the skin should
be protected even if the body has provided a natural protection system.
Radiation burns due to the sun can be skin cancer 20 years later or more.
Therefore, protection for the skin to sunlight need to be considered
early. How do I do this? Here are some practical ways to protect your
skin from dangerous sun rays and reduce the risk of skin cancer.</p>
<p>* Limit exposure to direct sunlight, especially between the hours of
10:00 until 16:00. Because at that ultraviolet radiation (UV) which is at
its peak that is dangerous when the sun is hot-hot.<br> * Check all of
your skin whether or not there are abnormalities at least every three
months.<br> * Before doing activities outdoors, use sunscreen (UV
protection) with the level of broad spectrum SPF 15 or higher. Also use a
sunscreen that can protect from UVA and UVB radiation (see the article
Sunscreen for further explanation). Apply sunscreen to the skin surface
about 20 minutes before you are exposed to sunlight, then apply again
after 20 minutes of direct sunlight.<br> * Apply more sunscreen every two
hours when outdoors, especially if you're swimming or sweating. Sunscreen
easily be lost because of sweat and towels.<br> * Wear clothing that
protects the skin like a hat with a wide lip hat, sunglasses with UV
protective lenses, long pants, long-sleeved clothing or jackets.<br> * We
recommend that you wear clothes that knitting meeting with a dark color
because it gives more protection.<br> * Begin to protect the skin from an
early age to teach your children about the dangers of the sun during the
day.<br> * Avoid surfaces that reflect sunlight, such as water, sand,
polish floors. Give extra attention to your skin if you are in the
area.<br> * As much as possible you take cover or move in a place not
exposed to the scorching sun.</p>
<p><strong><a rel="nofollow"
sun/">Protect Your Skin</a></strong><br> Sunlight is essential for life
on earth. However, you need to consider seriously how to protect yourself
from the sun. By taking steps to protect your skin from the sun will
greatly reduce the possibility of damage to your skin and the development
of skin cancer. Use sunscreen and protect the health of your skin so your
skin still looks lovely and fresh.</p>                <!--INFOLINKS_OFF--

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