Also, there's a limit of protection that melanin can provide and that limit is higher in people with darker skin. The problem with someone's skin "getting darker" is there can be some damage that is being done. Some of the damaging effects of UV radiation is it can damage you're DNA, it can promote burns, and most commonly it promotes skin cancer. There are pros and cons about your skin getting darker, but I'd say it's safe to say wearing sunblock is always a good thing. My skin is darker because the melanocytes in the basale layer of epidermis are producing melanin to try to protect me from the harmful UV rays of the sun.
5. UV radiation is a major cause of premature aging of your skin. You always want to have sun protection. Whether that be in the form of a hat, umbrella or sunscreen. When buying facial moisturizers look for ones that contain enough UV protection adequate for your skin type.
Sunburn is a huge problem during summertime. It causes annoying sunburn problem and forces people to find ways to cover it. It is very important to cove oneself from ultraviolet ray. The skin is exposed by UV rays that can cause cancerous tumor. Melanin pigmentation is increased that makes the skin tanned.
This might be caused by the fact that people don't want to age prematurely and have wrinkles. It was mostly women who wear sunscreen on their face, but it doesn't seem as if they did so because of skin cancer concerns. They didn't apply sunscreen on other parts of their body exposed to the sun. What Happens If You Don't Use Sunscreen or Sunblock? The sun can prematurely age your skin.
General purpose: To inform the public on the importance of using sun protection Specific purpose: To educate the public on the importance of protecting skin from the sun, and to encourage the use sun protection, such as sunscreen and hats, on a daily basis to prevent exposure from the sun that causes unwanted and harmful diseases that could have been preventive. Thesis statement: Many people do not use sun protection on a daily basis and are unaware of the dangers that can be easily preventive by using sun protection. I. Introduction A. Attention getting device: Using sun protection was about as important to me as……… In other words, it was the farthest thing from my mind.
UV radiation is a form of energy from natural and artificial sunlight. Excess amounts can cause damage to DNA in the skin. Although some argue tanning is good for you because it helps form a “base tan” and the UV exposure time is controlled. The truth is, each time you lay in a tanning bed, it increases the risk of developing skin cancer
Indoor tanning beds emit ultraviolet radiation causing an increased risk of skin cancer (Stapleton 1). Some physicians say that indoor tanning is “carcinogenic”. Tanning beds are at greater risk for skin cancer, whether they burn or tan. There is 75% risk of melanoma when you use tanning beds. (“Why Tanning Beds Are Bad for Your Skin”).
Do not pick at scabs, rub it or press it. Stay out of the sun as sunlight can discolor the tattoo. Do not apply a sunscreen on the tattoo. Avoid salt water as it can cause a fresh wound to sting and leave it vulnerable to infections and fading. Sometimes, for one reason or another, a tattoo may require some re-inking and returning to the tattooist
Skin cancer is a very dangerous disease, but if you are careful and know your facts, it can be easily avoided. During this speech, I will tell you about Skin cancer, what it is, why it is so dangerous, and how to prevent it. To start, what exactly is skin cancer? According to The Skin Cancer Foundation, “Skin cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal skin cells.” Skin cancer often develops because the skin was exposed to ultraviolet radiation in the sun or tanning beds, and it normally shows up in an irregular spot or mole on the skin. Some types of skin cancer do not grow or spread, so therefore do are not “staged”, but for the ones that do, stage 0 is when the skin cancer cells are strictly in the epidermis.
When you do so the pus and bacteria go even deeper into the skin hence deeper scars and more damage is caused to your skin as the deeper the pus and bacteria go the more will be the inflammation. Avoid exposure to sunlight Do not expose your scars in direct sunlight as it makes them even darker. Our body on its own is able to heal such scars but as we go in direct sunlight the process of healing slows down and the scars become darker as well so you better apply some sunscreen to protect your skin and an umbrella is an even better option. NATURAL REMEDIES TO REMOVE ACNE SCARS LEMON Vitamin C is the best thing to aid in rebuilding collagen which is lost when acne form and lemon is a natural bleach as well. With the use of juice of lemon the acne scars fade away with time.