UV rays are found in sunlight and can cause skin damage. UV rays damage can cause skin cancer, premature aging, wrinkles, dark spots, and sunburns. UVB rays are the UV ray that causes the burning of the skin by damaging DNA in the outer layer of the skin. UVA radiation is a longer wavelength than UVB and penetrates deeper into the body.
This type of UV radiation does not cause as much immediate visible damage. However, it still has harmful effects on cells beneath your skin’s surface, which could lead to long-term problems such as melanoma or cataracts if exposed for a prolonged period of time.
Wear sunscreen every day
Applying sunscreen with an SPF rating higher than 15 every day will help protect your skin from both UVB and UVA UV rays.
UV rays can damage the skin, so it is important to protect yourself from UV exposure by wearing sunscreen every day of your life if you are going to be exposed for a prolonged period of time.
Studies have also shown that men are more at risk of melanoma compared, so watch out!
Don’t forget to wear shades
Additionally, it is also wise to wear sunglasses that have UV protection built into them as well as protective clothing for UV ray protection.
It is also important to note that UV rays are found in direct sunlight and can be reflected off surfaces such as snow, sand, concrete, and water.
As a result, it is equally important to protect yourself from UV exposure when at the beach or on any other surface that UV light may reflect off of.