What does the sun do to skin?

What does the sun do to skin?

Ultraviolet light (or UV) is a part of the light spectrum associated with damaging human tissue. Unlike other light rays, UV rays penetrate deep into your skin and can cause skin cells to mutate. The rays come from the sun, the single largest natural source of light. Even if the sun is covered by clouds, these light rays stream through and pose a threat to your skin cells. Another source of UV rays includes fluorescent lights used in work places. Ultimately, these rays can cause damage to your skin.

How can I protect myself from UV rays?

To protect your skin, it is recommended to apply sunscreen daily. Although many apply sunscreen during the summer months, it is important to apply it during winter months as well. A variety of conditions can benefit from its application. Sunscreen is for every day, every weather, and every place (both indoors and out!).

How can Allegany Plastic Surgery help?

Allegany Plastic Surgery offers a line of over 20 products to rejuvenate and protect skin. These products include Oclipse Sunscreen Primer Broad Spectrum SPF 30 and Oclipse-C Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 50. These products can be applied during any season and on all skin types. Oclipse Sunscreen Primer SPF 30 is a unique formula that uses natural melanin, titanium dioxide and zinc oxide protecting you from broad spectrum UVA/UVB rays. It also smooths and primes skin for a more even makeup application. Oclipse-C Broad Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 50 is an innovative sunscreen formula that goes beyond conventional UVA and UVB protection. It can be applied to the body as well as the face.

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