Tips for Preventing Dark Spots and Let’s Get to Know the Harmful UV Rays

views: 109

In the summer like this, even if we use sunscreen to protect the skin but it is still not enough when it comes to the strong sunlight. In addition, our current lifestyle including traveling, exercising, or even sitting in the office; it is also inevitable from UV rays, which are the main factors that cause melasma, freckles, dark spots or premature aging signs. Exposure to the sun for as short as 15 minutes without proper protection can adversely affect the skin, causing various skin problems.

Protection of the body from UV or Ultraviolet rays is very important because it helps reduce the risk of premature skin problems, wrinkles, freckles, and dark spots as well as reduce the risk of skin cancer.

Sunscreens with an SPF of around 30 can block up to 97 percent of UV rays, but they must be reapplied every 2 hours and should be used more often when doing water activities such as swimming. UV rays are usually at their highest intensity between 10 am. and 4 pm. every day so you should take special care of yourself when you are out in the sun or during an activity in such time.

Let's get to know the UV rays that harm the skin

There are three types of UV rays: UVA, UVB, and UVC rays. They all can hurt the skin with different negative effects on the skin. Let's get to know each type of UV radiation. 
1.    UVA accounts for 95 percent of all UV rays that reach our planet and harm our skin. This type of UV radiation causes wrinkles, freckles, dark spots, and various premature skin signs that are a concern for many women, and UVA rays also pose a risk of skin cancer as well
2.    UVB rays account for only 5% of all UV rays that enter the Earth. However, UVB rays can have a serious impact on our skin as well. This is because this type of radiation can cause skin's sunburn, and it also greatly affects the risk of skin cancer as well.
3.    Although both UVA and UVB rays are extremely harmful to our skin and our health but the two also do not damage the skin as much as the UVC, which is the most harmful UV rays. But fortunately, UVC rays cannot penetrate the ozone layer of our planet. Therefore, you can rest assured that you will not be exposed to any harm from UV rays as long as you stay in the Earth.

It is true that we cannot avoid the sun but we should be prepared to protect ourselves before going out to do any activities. We can have fun lifestyles but applying sunscreen is always necessary for the skin which should not be ignored because if there are skin problems such as melasma, freckles, dark spots and wrinkles, it is more difficult to fix these problems at the end of the cause than to prevent it.

However, if you are experiencing wrinkles, blemishes - freckles, various dark spots or any signs of aging skin caused by the accumulated sun exposure for a long time and want to get rid of these problems. You can consult a doctor who is specialized in the field of skin, Dr. Sunida Yuthayothin, MD, who has over 21 years of experience in skin laser technology at Nida Esth 'Medical Center, a leading international aesthetic medical center along with cutting-edge medical technology combined with the expertise of medical teams and staff to take care of skin problems to keep your skin young and freash for a long time.

Since at Nida Esth' is ready to provide Growth Factor Younger Dual Technology under the concept “Cells Heal Cells” that can answer the problem of wrinkles, blemishes - freckles, dark spots and all signs of aging skin. Be ready to change the skin to be clear, fresh and smooth like new without pain, without surgery and injections of stem cells with safety and immediate results.

Contact us to receive a consultation for skin problems, freckles, dark spots and more information about the Growth Factor Younger program with our expert staff at 02-252-2121 or Line @nida_esth.

References form the official of FDA of USA: https://www.fda.gov/radiation-emitting-products/tanning/ultraviolet-uv-radiation
 

Our Aesthetic
Services

Affiliated Hospitals