Stop the negative effects of the sun
 Do not let the sun ruin your summer. Choose the right sunscreen and use it properly to avoid sunburn and protect skin.

Warm weather gives us a leeway, allowing each day to be away from home for a longer time. Here are some guidelines to ensure the integrity of the skin and, at the same time, enjoy the warm sunny days.

1. Choose the right sunscreen. Creams and lotions - a good choice for everyday use on the face and body. The gel formula does not contain fat and will not clog pores, making them ideal for the face, especially if your skin is prone to acne. Sprays are good for hard to reach places like the back and shoulders, as well as for hair surfaces, such as the hands and the hairline. Sprays also great for restless, troubled children. Solid formulas are convenient if you are traveling on foot, do water skiing or beach sports, as they provide targeted protection of the lips, ears, nose and eye area.

2. Protect yourself always, even when you are not in the sun. As the sun damage is cumulative, every minute you spend in the sun unprotected, is added to the total. Ultraviolet rays type A (known as burning) penetrate through clothing and glass, so you should apply sunscreen directly under clothing if you are going to sit in a car or train for a long period of time.

3. Regularly update a layer of sunscreen. Studies have shown that if before the next application of sunscreen is held for more than two and a half hours, you are five times more susceptible to burnout. Another important point: if you exercise or swimming, update the layer of cream every hour; If you are sunbathing, re-apply the cream at least every two hours.

4. Do not skimp on sunscreen. Most people just do not put a sufficient amount of sunscreen to adequately protect themselves from the sun. Make sure you are completely plastered your face, legs, hands, arms, chest, neck, back, stomach, and not quite open spaces: the feet, armpits, popliteal depression and elbows.

5. Apply sunscreen thirty minutes before they go out in the sun. Some of the most common sunscreen ingredients may require some time to interact with your skin and enter into force.

6. Choose the right SPF. Dermatologists recommend using an SPF of 15 every day - this is the lowest level of SPF, which you can treat even minor, everyday protection. If you plan to spend more than an hour in the sun, choose SPF 30 or higher.