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Dec 15

Skin Care to Prevent Skin Cancer

Most people are not able to treat at the time of contracting skin cancer because they came not knowing that they have skin cancer. At certain outgrowths, moles and discoloration of the skin are taken as normal skin problems. When someone confirmed on diseases related to skin cancer, the panic began. However, we remain calm no need to panic about skin cancer because there is a lot of treatments and prevention available.

Skin cancer is a dangerous disease. It is important to get it checked out as soon as you find some symptoms that indicate skin cancer. However, as medical experts always say, “prevention is better than cure. ” You have to focus on the prevention of skin cancer from attacking your skin.

sunscreen prevent skin cancerSkin plays an important role in maintaining you stay healthy. It is the biggest organ in your body, and protect you from potential problems caused by factors such as dehydration, sun exposure, infections, and pollution. However, there are limits to the ability of the skin to provide protection. Various factors can cause irreparable damage. This is how skin cancer can develop.

Anyone can be affected by skin cancer. This does not strike a certain age, race, or skin type. Certain skin types are more prone to skin cancer than others. People with fair skin, light hair and light eye color or a large number of moles or freckles is more vulnerable.
One major cause of skin cancer is exposure to ultraviolet radiation, or UV rays. UV rays are invisible, and is produced by the sun and tanning lamps. Most often, skin cancer is the result of overexposure to the sun.

Make sure that you always protect yourself ultra-violet rays from the sun when it is traveling. Apply a good sunscreen with a high SPF/sun protection factor before going in the sun. Repeat 15 to 30 minutes after sun exposure begins. You also have to re-apply sunscreen after vigorous activity that could remove SPF products, such as swimming, wear a towel or excessive sweating and rubbing.

 Do not always spend a lot of time outdoors, especially during the day. Arrange your time in the sun for a morning or afternoon, and avoid midday. Dressed in dark colors and protective clothing. Also wear good quality sunglasses to protect the eyes and surrounding tissue. Select shaded areas for outdoor activities. Always use sunscreen and lip balm. Limit exposure to reflective surfaces such as snow, water, concrete, asphalt and sand. Remember that water activities can increase exposure to UV light reflective.

Most people always assume that tanning beds can be a safe choice. A tanning-bed can be more dangerous than exposing your skin to sunlight. Better is to use a sunless tanning lotion. It is available in different varieties for different skin types. Remember that sunless lotion SPF will not provide protection.

The rule is that the best color for you is that you are born with. Keep checking your body regularly for any moles skin lesions or regulation. See your doctor immediately if you see a normal patch or dark or discolored spots, or bleeding, crusting or change the color, size, or shape of moles.