Even the Skin on Your Legs Should Be Well Protected

by Blaj Gabriel
(Bucharest Romania)

Holiday and warmth exhort us to choose the places where we spend moments of relaxation in baths of water and sun.

But what do we do when exposure to the sun does more harm to us than good?

All women looking for a bronze and natural effect, and grasp a full range of products for maintenance and protectorate his skin during his acquisition.

Sun exposure has its advantages and disadvantages, but now there is a wide range of cosmetic products which we forbid the disadvantages.

Exposure to the sun means to strengthen bones with vitamin D, is a bronze and natural beauty, relaxation means ...

But we must be attentive to its disadvantages so that prevention is always the best treatment.

Even skin legs should be well protected when the sun bath, date, the sensitivity of them especially in people who suffer from varicose.

I like tan skin, but I take great care of my skin.

My opinion is you should always protect yourself with protective cream. I really used the cream with SPF 10, and did not get burned at all. I have a beautiful skin with a nice bronze tone.

The truth is that diet does wonders , so carrots and peaches would not have to left out of the summer diet .

Something else is that I think the skin hydration with normal body cream every day prevents aging.

This is the right way to keep your skin young and always drink a lot of water.

Many people do not think about their feet and sun protection. But I personally do protect them because many times at the beach I had to go barefoot and could not wear shoes, so my legs were burnt from the sun.

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