There are a lot of things that can cause sun damage on your skin. The sun damages the skin through the UV rays that hit us in order to provide us with enough energy to survive on earth. The UV rays can cause various types of skin conditions including sunburn and the formation of wrinkles. Apart from causing damage to our outer layers, the UV rays can also cause internal damage due to the effect it has on the skin cells. As the damage increases, the chances of premature aging increase as well.
Hence, it is important to protect our skin from this sun damage. It is easy to achieve this by staying under cover all day long. But you should not stop there. We have to find other places where we can expose ourselves to too much sun exposure without having to worry about any consequences. Some of these places include:
During beach and pool parties, people are usually exposed to too much sun. This is because there is nothing that can be done about the UV exposure during pool parties, aside from swimming slowly in the pool to avoid skin cancer. When we go out to eat at restaurants, the sunlight on the table may make diners turn their heads away from our appetizers in an attempt to look away from the sunlight. At the same time, the sun at the beach can still cause us to develop skin conditions due to the combined effect of the UV rays and the dry and hot environment that often surrounds the area.
Even when we are indoors, there are usually people who expose themselves to too much sun by leaving their bedrooms and kitchens uncovered. People are expected to shut their curtains every time they enter the rooms but some forget to do so. If left uncovered, these areas will cause damage to the skin by causing premature aging or sun burns.