Many of us are concerned with not only our general health but also the health of our skin. Good nutrition can help us maintain an attractive complexion, as well as look and feel healthy.
We have compiled a list of foods, nutrients and vitamins which can contribute to your skin looking healthier.
Here, we bust the myths about melanoma, skin cancer and sun protection. We give you healthy tips about UPF50+ sun protective clothing and SPF50+ sunscreen.
There are a number of ways that you can protect your skin to prevent skin cancer. Wear UPF50+ sun protective clothing that covers large areas of the skin. Wear a UPF50+ sun hat with which blocks all the sunlight Wear sunglasses with a UV index of 3 to protect your eyes, the polarized ones tend to be more comfortable...
There's one vital organ which is among the most important and remains quite neglected by many. In fact, it’s our largest organ: it weighs 3.6 kilograms and there are 2 square meters of it. We wear it 24 hours a day.
It’s our skin; a critical organ that performs a vast and varied set of crucial functions for our body.
As many of you already know, at SOLBARI we encourage every one to get to know their skin and check it regularly.
Your skin is your largest organ. The average adult has two square meters of it! It is your first line of defence from bacteria, harsh temperatures, damaging sunlight, pollution, UVA and UVB rays. You tend to encounter these pretty much every day of your life.
Sun damage is cumulative and takes years to appear in the form of moles, visible lines, wrinkles, sun spots and moles. If you are unsure about a mole or spot, you should get your GP, dermatologist or skin doctor to take a look at it.