#FastFact your eyes can get a sunburn

#FastFact bright light sources can cause an eye sunburn know as photokeratitis. It occurs when the cornea, the cells on the outer layers of your eyes are exposed to natural or artificial bright light sources as UV rays from the sun or tanning beds. When your eyes get burned symptoms include swollen and painful eyes, redness,…

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#FastFact water washes sunscreen off

#FastFact don’t jump straight into the water after applying sunscreen. It should be applied at least 30 minutes before going into the water for the formula to fully get in action to protect you against harmful UV radiation. NHS says that sunscreen should always be reapplied straight after you’ve been in the water – even if…

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#FastFact harmful UVB rays can reach you indirectly

#FastFact always wear sun protection while outside as UVB rays can reach the skin also indirectly. According to Skin Cancer Foundaction “people can spend long hours in the shade while still receiving quite a lot of sun exposure and risking sun damage” and shade alone can rarely provide full UV protection. No matter, if you…

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How to Protect Yourself Better Against Skin Damaging UV Rays

Everyone wants a beautiful and healthy looking skin. Nevertheless, too many people skip the use of sunscreen in their morning routine as it is too time consuming and not convenient.

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#FastFact always wear sunscreen while flying…

#FastFact you should always wear sunscreen while flying. Windows on planes can block UVB rays. Yet, UVA rays that hit your skin on a much deeper level, especially as you are much closer to the ozone layers, still penetrate the glass. In particular, for pilots and cabin crew wearing sunscreen is of huge importance. A…

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