Tips for sun exposure in Tenerife
On the Island of Tenerife there are more than 300 days of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 22 ° C. Many visit it to escape the cold and low temperatures of their home and relax on the beach sunbathing.
The sun in Tenerife can become very aggressive and therefore should take precautions to avoid serious burns or worse consequences. It is true that sunbathing is very healthy and necessary for the body to perform some of its vital functions, but that does not mean it is not important that we avoid our skin suffers too.
The basic principles to keep in mind are not exposed to the sun in the middle of the day (from 13:00 to 16:00 hours) and have proper hydration to get replace fluids and minerals lost through sweating. It is also advisable to eat fruits that we provide vitamins to protect skin. Take a piece of fruit to the beach, it is a joy.
Before sunbathing, it is important to prepare the skin taking vitamins give us food like carrots or cherries. If you want to be very thorough, dermatologists advise to make a whole body peeling to remove dead cells, which are responsible for the appearance of sunspots tedious.
When sun exposure is the best protection the sunscreen. Some experts say the best protection is not put in the sun, but let’s face it, everyone feels very well brown skin. The sunscreen is necessary even though the day is cloudy and the temperature is low. The factor of the cream depends on skin type, but better pick one up. Avoid perfumes and makeup inappropriate for the sun and take special care in moles.
You have to lie constantly cream and after each bath. Not worth putting cream only once or when you get to the beach. The right thing is to get the average protector hour before exposure and apply it repeatedly during the day.
After sunbathing, it is important to clean the skin to remove any remaining chlorine in pools or sea salt and moisturize with a cream or after sun. If you’ve burned a little skin, after you relieve suns and lighten the skin healing.