Today there are many options for sun protection including our fantastic Tri Sirena technical gear, which carries a UPF 50 rating. However, we still have body parts exposed to the sun’s damaging rays. I’m willing to bet, you are using sunscreen the majority of the time when you are outside being active. How do you know you are buying the right ones? Are you applying it properly and following recommended dermatological guidelines?
Nearly one year after a wide excision left a permanent 5-inch long x 1-inch wide scar on my back, I am more safe in the sun than ever. Here are some tips for making sun protection effortless, no matter how busy or active your life.
Using sun protective measures on a daily basis does not have to be a chore and can be easily adopted into a lifestyle. Your skin will thank you years down the road.
It might be funny to some people, just like wearing a long sleeve shirt in the summer but covering up and protecting yourself against the UV rays are things I can’t take for granted anymore. Taking care of my eyes wasn’t on the top of my list like taking care of my skin, even though I was squinting in classrooms. I always remember my parents and teachers telling me I can’t look at that sun because it’ll damage my eyes, but I thought that meant going blind, not getting a potentially cancerous mole.
In this helpful guide, we’ll give you a rundown of what UPF is, how it works, and insider tips on how to find the perfect gear for your needs with added sun protection.