6 Top Tips To Beat The Sun This Summer

Tips To Beat The Sun This Summer

Tips To Beat The Sun This Summer

With the warm and humid summer months here, there’s really not much to do except moan when you step out. But there are ways to beat the summer heat because let’s face it, you cannot just sit in the house all day. There are simple ways of making life a little more UV friendly. This way you can at least take good care of your skin and ensure that you don’t suffer from dehydration of heat stroke. Exposure to the sun during these warm months poses risks of illnesses, sun or heat strokes, low blood pressure, sun burn, etc.

Here are Cool Tippers to Beat the Sun and Stay Healthy and Cool as You Step Out in Style-

1. Sunscreen

Liberally apply sunscreen or the Physical Fusion UV Defense SPF 50 on all exposed parts of your body. Choose a sunscreen with a protection rating of SPF 15-30 or more. The higher is the rating the more effective it is on your skin. If you indulge in a lot of water activities than apply the sunscreen before going in water and after you come out of water. You can even apply a waterproof sunscreen. Sunscreen should be applied at least half an hour before exposure to sun on the face, neck, hands, etc. This time is needed for the ingredients in the cream and the protective layer to be active. Also, due to sweating and humidity, the cream should be reapplied at least every three hours. This makes sure that you don’t ever have to worry about pigmentation and other similar issues.


2. Stylish Sun Protection

Wear sunglasses that blocks 100 percent of UVA and UBA rays of the sun. You can even try wearing a hat with a broad brim around. Choose a dark color and tightly woven hat. This should help in covering your face and the neck areas. Straw hats won’t help much because they don’t ensure complete protection. Carrying umbrellas can also prove useful. You can pick vibrant and bright hues to spruce up on the style quotient.

Stylish Sun Protection

3. Avoid The Sun At It’s Worst

You should also try to avoid exposure to sun in between 12 pm – 3pm because on days when the temperature goes about 40 degrees Fahrenheit, it can mean serious health issues like sun stroke, heat rash, hot wave or flushes, etc. This is the time when the sun rays falls straight on the earth and harms your skin the most. The rays are most intense and direct at this hour. Even if the weather is cloudy the rays passes through the clouds and falls on the earth. Try to complete all your outdoor activities before or after this time. For e.g. you can go for shopping in the evening hours instead of the day. If you still have to go out, try to remain in shade.

Avoid The Sun At It's Worst

4. Right Clothing

Wear long pants and full sleeved shirts when working outdoors. It may sound extreme but a thin cotton shirt will prevent that sunburn while bare hands face risk of direct exposure to sun. Tightly woven fabrics offers better protection than loosely woven against sun damages! In the same manner dark colors protects more than light ones. You should wear lose clothes to allow easy movement and evaporation of perspiration. If possible buy those clothes which provide protection against sun rays. They are available in the market these days.

Right Clothing

5. Post Exposure Treatment

Make a paste of ground oatmeal with a little honey. Apply this over the affected sun burn areas. This paste immediately soothes the skin. Similarly, a mixture of lime and yogurt also proves effective for sun burns. Mix 3 spoons of yogurt with few drops of lime. Apply this paste over the sun burnt area, if possible all over the body. Leave it over for at least 20 minutes. Wash with cold water. This therapy is very useful in getting rid of day to day skin damages from the sun.

Honey & Oatmeal

6. Stay Hydrated

And most importantly, you need to stay hydrated when out in the sun. So say yes to lots of water (not iced or you will catch a cold or get fever). Along with this, drink lots of buttermilk, fresh juices, coconut water, etc. every hour or so. This will help maintain the loss of glucose from the body because of sweating.

Stay Hydrated

Now, that we are aware off, how much these rays are harmful care should be taken as much as possible to avoid skin exposure to sun. Always take precaution by applying sunscreen and if by chance you forget it try the remedies suggested above and do keep a bottle of sunscreen always handy.


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