The skin already has changes – how to protect yourself from the sun?


Why is sun protection so important?

UV radiation can cause serious skin changes such as skin cancer. The most common are basal cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma. The precursor to squamous cell carcinoma, solar keratosis, is the most common change associated with sunlight. The worst, or melanoma, develops from the pigment cells in the skin.

Minor changes include pigment spots and skin wrinkling.

Are skin changes preventable?

About four out of five skin cancers could be avoided with effective sun protection. The recommended protection factor is 50.

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Does tanning with a protection factor of 50?

Yes, the skin is up to date, but it’s good to remember that tanning is always a sign of skin damage to the skin.

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Can I be in the sun after skin changes?

You don’t have to stay indoors alone, as long as you protect yourself well and avoid being in direct sunlight.

Does tattooed skin need special protection?

It is a good idea to protect a fresh tattoo with clothing so that the sunscreen does not get through the skin of the skin caused by the tattoo to irritate the skin. If a newly tattooed skin burns, it will take longer for the skin to heal. The sun can lighten the light shades of a tattoo in particular.

Does acid peeling expose pigment spots?

Any irritating skin treatment triggers an inflammatory reaction, making the skin more susceptible to post-inflammatory pigmentation. It appears as darker areas on the skin. If you are prone to liver problems, you should use sunscreen carefully or otherwise protect yourself.

When to go to the doctor?

Examinations should be performed if the skin has a wound that does not heal or grows, changes shape or color. Benign skin changes, such as sebaceous eyelids, also increase. If you are not sure what these are, it is better to show them to a dermatologist.

Expert: Dermatologist Laura Bouchard, Ava.

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