The sun's energy is very pleasant and helps our body to have correct vitamin D levels. However, it is important to use a good sunscreen to avoid skin inflammation. Today I would like to share with you how to take care of your skin after sunbathing, to eliminate the excess of free radicals that are generated.
Summer is the season in which we are most exposed to the sun and capture the vitamin D needed to face autumn and winter with vitality. That is why it is important to expose ourselves to the sun for 10 minutes a day (during the hours when the sun is less intense) without using sunscreen. Afterwards, it is essential to protect yourself to avoid skin damage. There are multiple alternatives with physical or chemical filters.
How to take care of your skin after sunbathing
Internally, I recommend using a supplement of buckthorn to avoid skin undernutrition, as it is very rich in omega 7. You can accompany it with foods rich in antioxidants such as nuts, raw vegetable oils and green tea. Also interesting are foods rich in beta-carotene, which our body transforms into vitamin A, such as carrots or red peppers. Finally, it is essential to drink water to avoid dehydration.
Externally, it is interesting to apply creams rich in antioxidants to combat the excess of free radicals generated during sun exposure. These free radicals contribute to premature skin aging.
MOONLIGHT creamy night face moisturizer is rich in antioxidants, provides noticeable anti-inflammatory benefits and enhances both cell repair and rejuvenation.
To boost the self-care experience, I recommend you immerse yourself in a masking ritual with RAINFOREST. Thanks to its raw honey and aloe vera content, it benefits skin regeneration, in addition to providing vitamins and enzymes.
With love, Annie.