The sun is a real source of happiness for most people, perhaps the best anti-depression remedy. But unfortunately it is not safe!
Tanned skin is characterized by a reaction of skin cells: melanocytes, which release melanin under the influence of UV rays. Depending on the type of skin some have rapid, slow, or sometimes no reaction.
You should know that when reflected on water, UV intensity increases by 30%. The duration and frequency of exposure requires prevention and knowledge of your skin type, use the proper factor of sunscreen, and good advice is essential. It’s not just dealing with ageing but the risk of skin cancer. In short, you must protect yourself with a sunscreen that suits your skin type, men who engage in outdoor activities more frequently, are very prone to melanoma.
To make your tan last, you can prepare your skin, through exfoliation, regular cleansing that remove dead cells, and an optimal moisturiser before, during, and after exposure to sunlight.