The sun’s UV rays adversely affect the skin’s structure, composition, and biochemistry and significantly accelerate skin aging. Wrinkles, fine lines, pigment spots, thick and dry skin, melanoma, and other skin cancers are all signs of prolonged and repeated sun exposure. Over years of exposure to UV rays, the skin gradually loses its ability to repair daily damage, which appears after decades and affects the skin as described above.
Of course, effective prevention early in life usually makes it possible to avoid future complications. Don’t wait to see skin damage caused by the sun—limiting sun exposure and wearing plenty of sunscreen with a minimum SPF 30 are the keys to prevention.
Your health professional will be delighted to assist you!