Dessa forma ficam estes conselhos....
- Faça uma exposição progressiva ao sol, começando por período curtos nos primeiros dias;
- Evite a exposição aos raios solares mais fortes (entre as 11 horas e as 16h30);
- Use óculos escuros que ofereçam uma protecção eficaz;
- Utilize sempre um protector solar adequado à sua pele e aplique-o 30 minutos antes de se expor ao sol, para que tenha tempo de penetrar na pele;
- Volte a aplicar o protector durante o dia, principalmente depois de ir à água;
- Não use perfume, loção da barba ou cosméticos que contenham álcool: tornam a pele mais sensível ao sol;
- Beba líquidos com frequência, pois ajudam a hidratar o corpo e a pele.
- Caring for the sun ...
And because summer has arrived in force, recall here that it is necessary to be very careful about sun exposure!
So are these tips ....
The sun gives us light, warmth, joy and energy! But it can also be very dangerous!
If we are not careful, the sun can cause dehydration, heat stroke, burns, scaling, pain, red skin, among others.
Dehydration occurs when your body loses water and minerals. Water is very important for our body. On hot days sweat more and lose more water. Not to desidratarmos, drink plenty of water is important.
Heatstroke occurs when we are long in the sun. Dehydration is very serious and affects the whole body. Heatstroke is characterized by skin warm and moist and red, sweating, headache, feeling sick and tired. To prevent this from happening we must avoid being too long in the sun, not to make major physical effort in the days of greatest heat and drink plenty of water.
Direct exposure to sunlight can cause burns. Burns are common in the skin hot, red and dry, pain or burning and blistering.
There are certain high-risk areas, we should protect more than normal during sun exposure. They are: face, eye area, lips, nose, cheeks, chest, groin, the inside of the knees, shoulders, and back. Protect your face slows the aging process produced by the sun. Sunglasses with lenses proof rays, are quite useful. Because the lips are covered with very thin skin, it is important to protect them with lipstick appropriate. The nose, due to being the most prominent face, tends to redden, recommending extreme protection. Usually the shoulders and back are the areas most exposed to the sun, therefore, more prone to sunburn. The belly is a less sensitive area, but we must never forget to protect.
Exposure to sun can cause skin lesions, including a severe form of cancer, often deadly, known as melanoma. Therefore:
- Make a gradual exposure to the sun, starting with short period in the early days;
- Avoid exposure to strong sunlight (between 11 am and 16.30);
- Wear sunglasses that provide effective protection;
- Always use an appropriate sunscreen to your skin and apply it 30 minutes before sun exposure, so you have time to penetrate the skin;
- Reapply the protector during the day, especially after going to the water;
- Do not use perfume, shaving lotion or cosmetics that contain alcohol, make the skin more sensitive to the sun;
- Drink liquids frequently, they help to hydrate your body and skin.