And Sunlight Can Cause Allergies!

by Blaj Gabriel
(Bucharest Romania)

A walk or rest under the sun can be fun, but sometimes, even without knowing we can do much harm.

Even after exposure to the sun for short-term or a walk can take about a rash and skin to become red, irritated and burn.

Eruption includes in particular in the area of decolletage(lower neckline) and arms. Sun allergy occurs more frequently to women aged between 25 and 35 years.

It's not usually enough to use cosmetics with UV filter. People concerned should sit in the shade during summer or in a half-dark spot.

It is recommended to wear casual clothes so the skin can breathe freely (transpire favors eruption).

I personally do get this sun allergy every year and always protect myself from the sun by:

> covering me with biodegradable sunscreen

> wearing white uv protection clothing

> never sitting in the sun between 11 in the morning and 5 in the afternoon.

This year I was lucky because I stayed only 2 days at the beach and I did not have any allergy.

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