According to recent studies, less than 15% of the world population uses sunscreen. These stats are quite shocking. But how many people use sunscreen according to the below. Usually, we apply our sunscreen in the morning and then forget about it until the next day. The same applies to the winter months, people don’t really use sunscreen in winter because it is “dark” outside or not scorching hot. It is quite frightening, but if there is enough light outside to stimulate the retina, then there is also enough light to stimulate ageing factors and melanocytes in your skin. Therefore, it is definitely not just the day light, but all light that can damage your skin. Your skin can always do with sunscreen. Most people just assume that sunscreen is a holiday product to have, but majority get the worst sunburn on holiday because they are not using their sunscreen properly, it is all about the application. When you go for a stroll in the afternoon, do you apply sunscreen? Read the below and see what you did not know about sun protection.

A Dark Side to the Sun

There is a dark side to the sun.

Both intense sun exposure on your holidays and on tanning beds, as well as overtime long-term sun exposure are known causes of skin cancer. Research has shown that chronic sun exposure is most associated with the development of squamous cell carcinoma, which is one of the most common skin cancers, while both intense and chronic, intermittent exposure are believed to play a role in basal cell carcinoma.

Long-term sun exposure also causes UV-induced skin aging also known as photoageing. Spending too much time in the sun without sunscreen can lead to skin sagging, premature wrinkles, hyperpigmentation (so-called liver spots or age spots) and leathery skin texture.

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