Avoid Rosacea! Avoid The Sun! Avoid Going Out on Broad Daylight!Get Rid of Red Spots!

by on June 28, 2012, No Comments

Active individuals need to go out! Even the laziest couch potato needs to go out and believe it or not even just by staring outside your window with you being hit by rays of the sun, A-V-O-I-D-I-N-G it is impossible and so as the harmful effects of it on the skin. However there are a wide range of ways on how to avoid the skin from being damaged by the sun’s harmful rays and we are afraid we have to say its a must!

Deputy chief medical officer, Dr Vivek Srivastava said people are not aware about sun protection factors and those who have sensitive skins should take precautions and apply lotions as described by the dermatologists. For instance, when there is hot weather condition, it generally sets off the occurrence of rosacea. Dermatologists suggest minimising Sun exposure. Always apply a sunscreen before stepping out in the sun. Often due to the sweltering heat, flare-ups could happen. Excess heat causes the blood vessels to dilate and perspiration could also act as an irritant to the skin.

He added, “UV (ultra-violet) rays are said to cause this problem. The iron content in the skin is said to be affected which eventually leads to rosacea. And, now if you have symptoms of rosacea, it is better to avoid direct sunlight. Use a good sunscreen with SPF 30+ whenever you are stepping out in the Sun.”

The greenhouse effect is widely experienced today and experts have been working very hard to determine whether or not people would still be able to withstand the harmful effects in the couple of years to come. One thing is for sure though, we have to take care of ourselves inside and out to stay fit and look good despite of this human phenomena.

Luckily people were given numerous options to keep away from being harmed particularly on the skin. Creams, gels and ointments have been widely introduced to the world to help protect our skin from the sun’s UV rays. Sunblocks come from different grade of UV protection from SPF 15-100+ depending on how much exposure you intent to go into.

A good niacinamide cream or serum as well as using papaya kojic soap or simply kojic soap can both help protect the skin from being harmed naturally. Kojic Acid soaps have been very popular in Asia to lighten skin and get rid of blemishes, it is also a natural exfoliant that gently peels off damaged skin cells. Likewise the amazing effects of niacinamide as a hydrating agent and anti inflammatory properties that will help Rosacea and pimples to soothe out. Niacinamide products such as Ironpower’s Acnessential which has 4% niacinamide and Niacinamide Serum 10% are very rare and the most powerful in the world.  Powerful but very gentle even with the most sensitive skin as niacinamide is a water soluble vitamin that helps the skin from impurities when used topically. These products also protects the skin from the sun’s UV rays.

Protect your skin, be active, enjoy the outdoors and continue your healthy lifestyle don’t let the sun conceal you from all these wonderful things around you.


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