Your face and the sun: Keeping skin youthful and beautiful

Repeated exposure to the sun’s rays can prematurely age the skin. Many cosmetic surgeons caution their patients about this effect and offer the following advice on maintaining a beautiful and youthful appearance:

Wear sunscreen every day: Dozens of research prove the efficacy of sunscreen in preventing wrinkles and premature aging. Some people remain confused about the SPF they should wear. Simply speaking, those with fairer skin or have a family history of skin cancer should choose a product that is SPF 30 or higher. People should also choose a sunscreen that protects against both UVA and UVB rays. All sunscreens protect against UVB, but it is UVA that contributes to premature aging and wrinkles.

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Avoid the dangerous hours: The sun is at its hottest at around 11 am to 3 pm, during which ultraviolet rays are at their most intense. As much as possible, people should avoid directly exposing themselves to the sun during these hours. If this is not possible, it is recommended to wear a hat or stay under cover.

Seek professional help: It is a misconception that cosmetic procedures are painful or have long recovery times. So many patients take advantage of modern technologies and use non-invasive facial surgeries to improve the tone and texture of their skin. Additionally, cosmetic facial surgeons are best equipped to assess appropriate treatment for each skin type. One must remember that the skin is a unique and revealing index of one’s health. This is why treatment options are customized per patient.

Looking younger and feeling confident is easier with proper education and expert advice from medical professionals.

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The Sono Bello Body Contour Center helps you achieve the radiance you’ve always dreamed of with their excellent body and facial cosmetic procedures. Learn more when you visit the website.

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