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Bring on sandy beaches, flip-flops, and frozen daiquiris—Summer is officially here! With the warmer weather comes increased levels of Vitamin D for those of us catching some rays outside. Vitamin D is essential for our bodies to function healthfully and the best way to get it is from direct sunlight on our bare skin…but we must be careful to not overdo it! Overexposure to sunlight can lead to wrinkles, age spots, hair damage, and, most importantly, skin cancer.
Protect your skin this summer by practicing these best habits:
Covering up may sound counter-intuitive but think of how chic you will look wearing a fabulous floppy hat and big sunglasses lounging out on a chair by the pool! Keeping your face extra protected with a hat can seriously help fight free radicals from forming and wearing a hat will also help prevent sunburn on your scalp (a place many of us forget to apply sunscreen). Also, wearing a swim coverup or a lightweight jacket can help shield parts of our bodies that might be susceptible to burning.
If you plan on spending a lot of time outside, make sure you up your water intake. Simple activities outside in the heat can cause dehydration if we aren’t paying attention, so make sure to have water on hand with you at all times. For lazy summer hikes, pack an extra water bottle, just in case! This will help prevent dizzy spells and will help your skin to naturally detoxify itself.
Take care of your skin this summer and it will take care of you!
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