Summer Skincare – The best investment you will make this summer.

danielle July 10, 2020 0 comments

Summer Skincare – We know, we know – you’re aware that you should be wearing sunscreen. 

But this is a point that’s so crucial that it bears repeating. So we’re going to keep at it! Below, you’ll find not only the coolest benefits of regular SPF wear, but also some prominent sunscreen rumours & myths that you shouldn’t pay any attention to. 

We’re here to help you with your summer skincare – and we’re doing everything possible to protect your gorgeous skin through the scorching months.

AMAZING BENEFITS OF DAILY SUNSCREEN WEAR SUMMER SKINCARE

REDUCE YOUR RISK OF SKIN CANCER 

The sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays cause serious problems for our skin. And with the ozone layer continuing to thin, sun protection is more important than ever. Doctors recommend that everyone wear sunscreen whenever they spend time outdoors – even on cloudy days, UVB and UVA rays can make it through to your skin. UV rays can contribute to the formation of basal cell carcinoma, melanoma, and squamous cell carcinoma. 

Skin cancer continues to be widespread. Help reduce your risk by covering up with sunscreen and wearing a hat when possible. 

PREVENT PREMATURE AGING 

Wearing sunscreen daily is the surest way to reduce signs of aging. You can’t know how much it will benefit you to wear sun protection – 20 years from now, there will be a remarkable difference between your skin and that of your friends who didn’t wear sunscreen. 

Sunscreen will help prevent or reduce the appearance of all of the following: 

  • Brown spots 
  • Skin discoloration 
  • Red veins on the face 
  • Blotchiness 
  • Wrinkles 
  • Fine lines 
  • Sagging skin 

SKIP SUNBURNS THIS SUMMER 

Sunburns might seem like just a temporary inconvenience. But there’s a lot at risk every time your skin gets burned. The side effects like redness, swelling and peeling are uncomfortable and unappealing. But burns bad enough to cause blistering can cause permanent skin damage. They can also increase your risk of skin cancer. 

Studies have shown that each severe sunburn increases the risk of melanoma – the most serious form of skin cancer. Wear sunscreen to reduce your risk. 

TOP SUN EXPOSURE / SUNSCREEN MYTHS: DON’T FALL PREY TO THESE 

  • You need sun exposure to get adequate vitamin D – Whilst this is certainly true it is still vital that we do not expose unprotected skin for prolonged periods. For those of us in the northern hemisphere a healthy diet rich in vitamin D will also assist in getting sufficient levels of this vitamin. Vitamin D rich foods include fish, milk, dairy, liver and eggs. Furthermore, excessive sun exposure will not produce “extra” vitamin D – getting additional vitamin D above your daily requirement is not beneficial. 
  • All sunscreens are created equal – Make sure your sunscreen is both effective and easy to use. Find the type that works best for your needs. Whether that’s a lotion or a spray. Spray-on sunscreen actually can be more effective because it’s easier to get comprehensive and even coverage, and also allows users to prevent getting their hands greasy. Since those spending a lot of time outdoors and sweating need to reapply every few hours, a spray-on sunscreen can be simpler. 
  • Expired sunscreen will still work – It’s important that you evaluate your old sunscreen before the summer is underway. Expired products are no longer effective, and won’t offer sun protection. Your skin may also become irritated. 

At Pure Aesthetics, we stock a variety of suncare products from established and renowned skincare providers. (Zo Skin Health ZO Skin Health Range, Colorescience, Brush on Block Sunscreen, Heliocare and Obagi). Visit our online shop. Should you wish to discuss your skincare requirements with our experienced staff call us on 0115 9502020 or send us an email. We will work to respond to your query as quickly as possible. In addition to our online store, we also have a Nottingham based Aesthetic Clinic http://www.pureaesthetics.co.uk. Our qualified nurses can carry out treatments including botox, dermal fillers, sclerotherapy as well as a whole host of other aesthetic treatments.

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