Did you know that when you're soaring through the clouds, those seemingly harmless UV rays outside the plane window can actually unleash havoc on your skin?
… at a rate that's several times higher compared to when you're grounded.
Yes, that’s right!
We often don’t think about the many factors responsible for the way our skin looks over time...
And as summer embraces us with its warmth, it’s crucial to remember that the sun’s powerful rays can find us in unexpected places, even when we least expect it.
Sun protection is not just reserved for beach vacations and outdoor adventures but also for those seemingly mundane moments in our daily lives.
In this edition of our newsletter, I’m shedding light on the lesser-known places where sun damage lurks, empowering you to take charge of your skin's well-being.
Cloudy Day Dilemma
“But it’s overcast, I don’t need sunscreen today!”
Clouds may seem like nature’s sunscreen, but UV rays can penetrate through the thickest cloud cover, catching you unaware.
Protect your skin by applying sunscreen daily, rain or shine, to keep those harmful rays at bay.
Errands Under the Sun
Running quick errands might seem harmless, but those brief moments of sun exposure can accumulate over time.
Whether you're popping into the grocery store or picking up something, don't forget to apply sunscreen before leaving the house.
A simple act that can save your skin from long-term damage!
Did you know that harmful UV rays can penetrate car windows?
Even when you’re enjoying a leisurely drive or going on an exciting road trip, your skin is still susceptible to sun damage.
Whether you're travelling in your car, riding the bus, or utilising any other mode of transportation, it's important to recognize that UV rays can be your constant companion.
While window glass typically offers a sufficient barrier against UVB rays, it often fails to provide complete protection against the harmful effects of UVA rays.
Sun’s rays can get indoors
When we think of sun damage, we often associate it with outdoor activities.
However, did you know that even indoor spaces can expose you to the sun's harmful rays?
Large windows, glass walls, and skylights in malls, restaurants, and indoor venues can let UVA rays in, increasing your risk of sun damage.
Be mindful of your surroundings and consider wearing sunscreen or seeking shaded areas when spending extended periods indoors with significant sun exposure.
Remember, sun protection is a year-round commitment, and being aware of these unexpected places where sun damage can occur empowers you to take proactive measures to safeguard your skin's health.
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