Healthy Tanning - How do you take care of your skin?
Summer holidays are fast approaching! Some people slowly prepare their bodies for clear weather and sunbathing. Is there a way to get a healthy tan? How to take care of your skin to avoid unpleasant surprises and dangerous side effects of sunbathing?
How do you take care of your skin so that your body is covered with a healthy tan?
There are a few simple rules for taking care of your skin and ensuring a healthy tan - without peeling skin or a serious sunburn. With the right approach, you can make the most of the summer sun for a vacation look. Here are the best ways to make the most of the good weather on your next vacation!
Creams, oils, and lotions that contain an SPF filter are a staple on the menu for people who want to take care of their skin and get a healthy tan. The higher the value of the SPF filter, the better the protection of the skin. However, remember that prolonged exposure to the sun requires regular application of cosmetics - a new layer should be applied about 3 hours after
constant exposure to the sun. And when you get out of the water, you need to apply it no later than an hour after swimming. It is also worth noting that people with tattoos should be sure to use a sunscreen with a high SPF, since sunbathing poses a particular danger to tattooed skin. For both skin and tattoo.
The diet of people who sunbathe should be rich in carotene, vitamins C and E, selenium, zinc, manganese, lycopene, lutein and astaxanthin - the powerful antioxidant properties of these ingredients help fight dangerous free radicals that lead to body aging. The skin and its appearance deteriorate. In addition, components such as copper (which supports the
processes of skin pigmentation) and hyaluronic acid (known for its valuable effect on the functions and condition of the skin) play an important role. All mentioned ingredients, as well as other valuable additions, have been used in the Beta-Solar formula from Olimp Laboratories,
Avoid peak hours of sunlight
On vacation, especially in exotic countries, it is difficult to refuse to "lie down and fry" first thing in the morning. However, sunbathing between 11 am and 3 pm can do a lot of damage to your skin. So it pays to choose other activities during these hours, and spend the late afternoon getting a healthy tan without the undue risk of getting a sunburn.
Don't forget to moisturize
Dry skin is very susceptible to damage, and a dehydrated body warms up faster. It is important to remember that excessive sweating while sunbathing does not only lead to water loss. Sweat also contains valuable electrolytes (such as magnesium, sodium, and
potassium), which leads to a higher risk of deficiency. That is why it is useful to drink not only mineral water, but also an isotonic drink Iso Plus from Olimp Sport Nutrition, whose practical form of effervescent tablets allows you to hydrate the body in any situation!