• Sun Protection and Vitamin D

    As much as you need vitamin D, you also need sun protection. You can have both, and your skin won't get hurt or your body won't get what it needs.

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  • Sun Exposure & Skin Cancer

    The majority of the wrinkles and age spots on our faces are caused by sun exposure, which can also have more severe effects including skin cancer.

    In Europe, 1 adult over 5 will get skin cancer before turning 75. Massive Sun exposure, especially during childhood will increase the probability of developing skin cancer years later. Early on, use caution as 80% of sun exposure occurs before the age of 18

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    The UV rays of the sun are most intense in the Europe between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. from mid-March to mid-October. The sun may be powerful enough at this hour to harm property. If you are prone to sunburn, take extra precautions to protect your skin by:
    1- Avoiding the sun at its most harmful hours, especially between 11 a.m and 3 p.m.
    2 - Wearing  anti uv clothing, a hat with a wide brim, and sunglasses with UV protection.
    3 - And wearing sunscreen with at least SPF 30. Apply it liberally, reapply it every 2 hours, and use it in conjunction with clothing and shade.



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