Christmas at the beach: How to apply sunscreen the right way

Imagine you’re on vacation; you just arrived at the beach, and the sun is at its highest. You’re enjoying the view of the turquoise ocean while spraying on a quick layer of last year’s sunscreen. A couple of hours later, after swimming and sunbathing, you start noticing a soreness all over your shoulders – and…

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After sun – Aloe Vera for your skin

Here’s why Aloe Vera may be just the right option for your sunburn Body care is the care of the skin and its appendages which also includes hair. The aim is the prevention of illnesses, maintaining and strengthening health. More broadly, body care fosters skin maintenance and enhancement of well-being and attractiveness. Those with sensitive…

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4 natural ways to protect my skin from the sun

Have you ever doubted the effectiveness of standard sunscreen? Ever wondered what the products contain and how healthy they are for your skin? As a rule, it’s a good idea to do your research to find a safe and effective product and to complement your traditional sunscreen with some natural sun protection. Not only will…

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How long can I stay in the sun?

There’s no denying the many benefits of sunbathing, such as stimulating the production of vitamin D, improving sleep and mental health, decreasing risk of skin diseases or high blood pressure. On top of being pleasurable, soaking up the sun strengthens your immune system. But you shouldn’t underestimate the power of the sun. Getting sunburnt is…

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Something new under the sun – the future of sun protection

What is the best solution to safely enjoy the sun? Traditional spray or cream, or is there perhaps a better option? Despite its positive impact on your mood, the sun could also damage your health. Turning the use of sunscreen into a daily habit is an easy way to protect yourself from sunburns, wrinkly skin…

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7 most common myths of sun protection

Common knowledge has led to us to take for granted many of the sun’s risks. Many of them are nothing but myths, though. We’ll debunk them for you. 1. I need to soak up some vitamin D, so I’m not going to use sunscreen In Victoria, 11 minutes is the time it takes for you…

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