Tips for Sensitive Skin with Sunscreen Protection

Your skin is very pale and you end up with burns and lots of yogurt on your back and face every summer? Not anymore! At the pharmacy you can find the right sunscreen products and protect it effectively, depending on your type of sensitivity.

Useful Tips for Sensitive Skin

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  1. Avoid sudden and long exposure to the sun without protection.
  2. Always use a very high 50+ broad spectrum sunscreen in sufficient quantity before sun exposure to form a homogeneous film on the skin.
  3. Refresh your use every 1.5-2 hours maximum, even after bathing or even after heavy sweating, even under the umbrella.
  4. Do not stay in the sun for too long on the grounds that you are using too high a protection.
  5. Cover your sensitive areas with clothes.
  6. Always wear a hat and sunglasses.
  7. Drink plenty of water and use a deep moisturizing cream for sensitive skin afterwards.
  8. Prefer the shady places when staying on the sea shore.
  9. Avoid the use of perfumes, deodorants and cosmetics highly perfumed before sun exposure.
  10. The cloud does not prevent the reactions from sunlight.
  11. Do not use a sunscreen that has been unpacked beyond the season.

Case 1: "As soon as I get out into the sun, I blush immediately"

You probably have very pale skin, with freckles and when you go out for a few minutes in the summer sun, even going to the sea to swim, blush and burn frequently.

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You are using a sun indicator with indicator 20 that you bought from the super market, but it does not seem to protect you.

The solution: Your skin is hypersensitive to the sun because of your open phototype.

Sunscreen with marker 20 does not cover you.

You need a special dermatological sunscreen with a 50+ mark not only on the face but also on the body, which will provide you with very high protection.

Apply it before sun exposure and refresh it every 2 hours as long as you stay out in the sun even under the umbrella.

Case 2: " I Have Acne, Should I Avoid the Sun? »

You have an acne problem and your dermatologist has told you to avoid the sun.

The solution: There is a misconception that the sun does good on oily skin with acne and reduces pimples and black spots.

But the opposite is true.

Ultraviolet rays mainly UVBs cause a thickening of the skin.

It is a mechanism of reaction of the skin against the penetration of radiation.

This hyperkeratosis also occurs in the scalp and consequently aggravates acne in a second year, because it is one of its dominant causes.

So it's best to avoid the sun as much as you can and when you're out in the sun wearing a special acne skin sunscreen.

Case 3: "I Have White Stains on the Skin. Can I cover them? "

Especially now with the sun this condition called vitiligo worsens, because when you sunbathe these spots do not tan, so the spots become even more noticeable.

The solution: It seems to be vitiligo, a skin condition caused by a lack of melanin in these areas.

Vitiligo is a non-communicable and non-inflammatory autoimmune skin disease affecting 1% of the population.

Its cause is unknown and heredity is responsible for 1/3 of the cases.

White spots of sub-pigmentation occur mainly on the armpits, knees and elbows, on the back, hands and genitals.

Caution, sun exposure can be dangerous for burns in these white zones because they lack protective melanin.

For cosmetic reasons you can use a special cover dermatological make-up, which at the same time offers you sun protection.


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