Thursday, 26 May 2016



The role Aloe Vera has in summer skin care 

Summer is here! 

Who doesn’t want to be outside, sunbathing, swimming, playing catch on the beach  or just have a BBQ in your garden? While summer means fun in the sun, make sure you’re not getting  too much of a good thing. Avoid consequences of  overexposure to the sun like sunburns, premature  ageing of the skin, wrinkling, and skin cancer, including melanoma by practising proper sun  protection. 

Sunscreen Protection

Use sunscreen with sun protective factor (SPF) 15 or higher, and both UVA and UVB  protection.  · Sunscreen wears off. Put it on again if you  stay out in the sun for more than two hours, and after you swim or do things that make  you sweat.

So the sun is out and You lie out in the sun hoping to get a golden tan, but instead walk away from your lounge chair looking like a lobster that's been left in the pot too long.
Despite health warnings about sun damage, many of us still subject our skin to the sun's burning rays.
More than one-third of adults and nearly 70% of children admit they've gotten sunburned within the past year
Forever living has fantastic sunscreen protection products . It comes in a spray bottle and also a cream formulation 
  • SPF 30 with full-spectrum UVA & UVB protection
  • Very water resistant

What Causes Sunburn

You already know the simple explanation behind sunburn. When your skin is exposed to the sun for a period of time, eventually it burns, turning red and irritated.
Under the skin, things get a little more complicated. The sun gives off three wavelengths of ultraviolet light:
  • UVA
  • UVB
  • UVC
UVC light doesn't reach the Earth's surface. The other two types of ultraviolet light not only reach your beach towel, but they penetrate your skin. Skin damage is caused by both UVA and UVB rays.
Sunburn is the most obvious sign that you've been sitting outside for too long. But sun damage isn't always visible. Under the surface, ultraviolet light can alter your DNA, prematurely ageing your skin. Over time, DNA damage can contribute to skin cancers, including deadly melanoma.
How soon a sunburn begins depends on:
  • Your skin type
  • The sun's intensity
  • How long you're exposed to the sun

Signs of Sunburn

When you get a sunburn, your skin turns red and hurts. If the burn is severe, you can develop swelling and sunburn blisters. You may even feel like you have the flu -- feverish, with chills, nausea, headache, and weakness.
A few days later, your skin will start peeling and itching as your body tries to rid itself of sun-damaged cells.
Treatment 
Aloe vera is touted as the “burn plant,” the perfect natural remedy for a bad sunburn, and according to some studies aloe vera can help. Initial research has shown aloe vera aids the skin in healing from sunburns and mild burns.
Aloe First 
This exclusive skin soothing formula is an excellent first step for soothing minor skin irritations. Formulated in a base of stabilized Aloe Vera Gel, Aloe First® contains Bee Propolis, Allantoin and eleven exclusive plant extracts:
  • Bee Propolis increases the natural skin-soothing and cleansing properties of the Aloe Vera Gel.
  • Allantoin is a beneficial ingredient found in many plants, including aloe.
  •    Eleven carefully selected plant extracts, also known for their beneficial properties, complete this powerful          formula .


    The combination of aloe and herbs provide a naturally soothing, pH-balanced spray that is easy to apply to even sensitive skin. Aloe First® is designed to soothe the skin after minor cuts, scrapes, burns, and sunburn. 

    If you would like more please look at my web page . Many thanks for reading and remember be careful in the midday sun 

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