Tanning in full safety


It's summer, the sun is shining and the need to benefit from these beautiful rays arises. To avoid the harmful effects of excessive exposure, a few simple precautions are essential.

Not all skin types are equal when it comes to the sun: while some have a golden tan from the very first rays, others tend to turn red. It is therefore essential to choose a sun protection product adapted to your skin type. The higher the protection factor, the longer you can stay in the sun.

To ensure its effectiveness, sunscreen should be applied generously at least every two hours. It is also recommended to use a waterproof product before each swim and to reapply it as soon as you leave the water.

A tan is a natural protection for the skin, but it does not prevent UV rays from penetrating the deeper layers of the skin. So even dark skin can get sunburned and suffer long-term damage, such as premature aging. Avoid direct exposure between noon and 4 p.m. and protect yourself regardless of the weather.