6 Ways to maintain your Skin Healthy under the sun

 

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USE A SUNSCREEN STICK AROUND YOUR EYES. Another way to avoid sunscreen dripping into your eyes is to use a sunscreen stick. Make sure it’s SPF 30 or higher.

KEEP IT SIMPLE. The key ingredients you need are zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, Dr. Cohen says. Those are the ingredients that provide protection.

AVOID IRRITANTS TO SENSITIVE SKIN. Add sunscreen to your daily skin care and makeup routines all year long, including during the colder fall and winter months. Use skin care products that contain an SPF of at least 15, as well as antioxidants that can help keep your skin plump, smooth. 9 Ways to Protect Your Skin Wear sunscreen every day, in all weather and in every season. It should have a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 and say.

And considering skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States, it’s important to protect your skin while exercising outdoors. Applying sunscreen is the most obvious way to prevent sunburn, but there are some other ways to keep your skin safe while running, biking, swimming or participating in other outdoor activities. The ultraviolet rays, which cause sunburn, are strongest during this time.

Wear protective clothing. When you do go outdoors, especially for long periods in the middle of the day. Long sleeves and slacks, as well as a wide-brimmed hat, help protect your body against the sun’s harmful effects. Plan indoor lunch breaks or schedule nap times during those hours.

Use sunscreen and use it right. UV rays can damage your skin in as little as 15 minutes. To protect your skin, put sunscreen on every part of your body that will be exposed to the sun at least 15 minutes before going outside, even if it’s cloudy out.

Too much exposure can also cause sunburn, eye damage, and premature wrinkles. Staying in the shade, shielding your skin with clothing, and using a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 30 can help lower your risk. Take these steps to stay sun-safe: Seek shade: Limit your direct exposure to the sun, especially. Olive oil is filled with healthy fats, which can protect your skin from damage and inflammation due to the healthy omega 3 content, as well as vitamin E, proven to keep skin safe. Gans recommends.

It depends on your skin tone, age, health history, diet, and where you live. In general, scientists think 5 to 15 minutes up to 30 if you’re dark-skinned is about right to get the most out. One of the most important ways to take care of your skin is to protect it from the sun.

A lifetime of sun exposure can cause wrinkles, age spots and other skin problems — as well as increase the risk of skin cancer. For the most complete sun protection: Use sunscreen. Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15.

List of related literature:

4 Use a sunscreen with a protective factor (SPF) of at least 15, preferably 30.

“Clinical Dermatology” by Richard B. Weller, Hamish J. A. Hunter, Margaret W. Mann
from Clinical Dermatology
by Richard B. Weller, Hamish J. A. Hunter, Margaret W. Mann
Wiley, 2015

Sun protection: Wear a broad spectrum sunscreen every day.

“Skin Talks: Secrets to glowing skin for men and women” by Jaishree Sharad
from Skin Talks: Secrets to glowing skin for men and women
by Jaishree Sharad
Random House Publishers India Pvt. Limited, 2014

Limit your skin’s exposure to sunlight (ultraviolet radiation).

“American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition” by Roberta Larson Duyff
from American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition
by Roberta Larson Duyff
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Staying completely out of the sun isn’t possible (nor would it be healthy).

“The Complete Beauty Bible: The Ultimate Guide to Smart Beauty” by Paula Begoun
from The Complete Beauty Bible: The Ultimate Guide to Smart Beauty
by Paula Begoun
Rodale, 2004

In fact, as a very important note to my readers, I should mention that even during breaks from the protocol, I still followed the recommendations of staying out of the sun (or wearing long sleeves, a sun hat, and sunglasses when in the sun) and avoiding food sources of Vitamin D.

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by Bryan Rosner, Julie Byers, et. al.
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The American Academy of Dermatologists, for example, advises “everyone” to use sunscreen, to routinely seekshade during the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., to wear protective clothing includinglong-sleeved shirts, pants, hats, and sunglasses, and to get Vitamin D through diet.

“Why Trust Science?” by Naomi Oreskes, Ottmar Edenhofer, Jon Krosnick, M. Susan Lindee, Marc Lange, Stephen Macedo, Martin Kowarsch
from Why Trust Science?
by Naomi Oreskes, Ottmar Edenhofer, et. al.
Princeton University Press, 2019

Our recommendation: Always protect your face and the backs of your hands but allow your body to be exposed to some sun for a few minutes before you add sunscreen.

“YOU: Being Beautiful: The Owner's Manual to Inner and Outer Beauty” by Michael F. Roizen, Mehmet Oz
from YOU: Being Beautiful: The Owner’s Manual to Inner and Outer Beauty
by Michael F. Roizen, Mehmet Oz
Scribner, 2008

Apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen that protects against ultraviolet A (UVA) and ultraviolet B (UVB) wavelengths daily to sunexposed areas of the skin.

“Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation E-Book” by David J. Magee, James E. Zachazewski, William S. Quillen, Robert C. Manske
from Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation E-Book
by David J. Magee, James E. Zachazewski, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

Spending 15 minutes a day in full sunlight without sunscreen, with only your face and hands exposed, would provide all of the vitamin D you need.

“The Doctors Book of Food Remedies: The Latest Findings on the Power of Food to Treat and Prevent Health Problems From Aging and Diabetes to Ulcers and Yeast Infections” by Selene Yeager, Editors of Prevention
from The Doctors Book of Food Remedies: The Latest Findings on the Power of Food to Treat and Prevent Health Problems From Aging and Diabetes to Ulcers and Yeast Infections
by Selene Yeager, Editors of Prevention
Rodale Books, 2008

And don’t think you can trick your body by using sunblock.

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from The Hallelujah Diet
by George H. Malkmus, Peter Shockey, Stowe Shockey
Destiny Image Publishers, 2006

Alexia Lewis RD

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  • My school timing is1:30p.m 5:00p.m and i have to travel by bus. so say me some tips. plsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

  • The products I found from this La Bella blog have produced incredible results for my skin, and even her recommendations for vegan make-up are affordable for the best brands on the market!!! Check her out: https://labellamanhattan.wordpress.com/2017/11/02/interview-1/

  • I’m old to enough to have grandchildren believe it or not. The secret for me. I don’t live out in the sun, I’m Vegan, I try not to eat too much sugar. Keep my mind healthy. I do a lot of walking. I drink a lot of water. I keep my skin moist, with natural oils. I don’t smoke, drink or do drugs, never been drunk or high in my life. I don’t think about how old I’m getting. It also help I have good genes.

  • No offense but I don’t think you look that young. You don’t look old or anything, but I would never ever guess you to be 14 and I doubt anyone has even mistaken you for being 14 in the last 10 years. If I didn’t know your age, I would guess your age to be 26. That’s not much younger than your actual age. So you are aging normally, not exceptionally well.

  • I use a weighted blanket and I love it. One thing I like is that it helps me sleep on my back. I realized, I think the reason I liked to sleep on my stomach had something to do with having pressure on my stomach. So the weighted blanket has really helped with making back sleeping much nicer

  • Hi, Im also adding collagen powder to my breakfast however I have heard it is not proven that body really absorbs it in a way which is beneficial for the skin. ����‍♀️ So I don’t know now but I’m still eating it ��

  • I wouldn’t call these “hacks”, nothing here was a ‘hack’ (other than supplements and the chinese things, but there’s no evidence either of those work), more of a general, vague ‘be healthy & pretty’ general habits video. My mama looks amazing, my babcia too. Of course lifestyle, healthy living,… and genetics do play a part too. It’s true, you must take care of yourself, live wholesome and you’ll look good… but that’s not really a “hack” or tip… just a general rule everyone knows.

  • TY FOR this info! I’m 41 and still get this!!! HOWEVER….bc of this, most of my 30s I didn’t use skincare for wrinkles,aging,etc. I regret that and now I’m learning so much to add to skin care. But you are never to young to baby your skin and STAY OUT OF SUN!!! AND YES…USE SPF!!!!!������������

  • Some of y’all In the comments are hating on this video and it really baffles me that y’all will hate on a women who is trying to help you out and share her tips with you.

  • HEY TO ALL THE LOVELY LADIES……����
    DONT DO MUCH FOR UR SKIN CUZ EVERYONE’S SKIN IS GOD GIFTED…..DONT STRESS MUCH ON ANTI AGING STUFFS ETC
    JUST FLAUNT THE WAY U ARE….
    AND FOR VALERIA U DEFINITELY LOOK UPTO UR AGE ONLY…ITS BECAUSE PPL LOOK MORE BEAUTIFUL WHEN THEY CROSS 30’S
    SO TO LOVELY LADIES OUT THERE….DONT STRESS, JUST USE UR REGULAR LOTIONS THATS ENOUGH TOO ��
    HOPE MY WORDS GIVE U COURAGE

  • You are not old!:/ So.. and your face structure is not a fx.Belluci or similar type woman (not that I say that this is better just example)…you have a boyish face so it looks younger for age. Your body as well…all that is great but not for 95% women!

  • when you say ” sun screen”, it’s so like my teacher ” do home work, pleaseeeee”, ” keep silent, pleaseeeee”, “oh no no, don’t cry”:)))

  • Perhaps collagen supplements are not needed? Even major dermatologists comment that protein from our diet is enough. Vitamin C is a precursor to collagen so I would supplement with vitamin c instead…:D

  • I think a really important thing that Valeria does that alot of mums don’t tend to do which makes them look older is actually identify too strongly as a mother instead of an individual person. In Australia alot of mums will frown alot, wear mum style clothes, and cut their hair into mum bobs. They also become end up nagging their kids too much (which makes them look tired and angry) and not take time out for themselves to feel like a young woman.

  • Valeria dear I’ve watched u from when u had 200k sub, u have grown into this power woman but so real at the same time!! We appreciate you.

  • I do think that we cannot look younger, we might look older, but not younger. Though we may look perfect for our age. Very very well cared.

  • I used to hate that I looked young too! I was a nurse for decades and patients would ask me to get someone who wasn’t a new nurse haha. Now I LOVE it if someone thinks I am younger than my age (51). Valeria you are gorgeous and blessed!

  • hi everyone,if anyone else is searching for natural ways to stay young try Jadonite Food Beauty Buddy ( search on google )? Ive heard some great things about it and my co-worker got cool results with it.

  • Hi, i am pretty sure there is another video of yours which i cannot find rightnow, where you’ve talked about using Vit C and its uses and retinol and to start using it in 20’s and all. Did you remove the video or i just am not able to find it!?

  • 1. anatomy (big forehead, eyes spaced apart, button nose) 2. natural make up 3. clothing that‘s trendy 4. long hair with a colour that looks natural on you 5. being on the skinnier side 6. your outlook on life (positive, hopeful, down to earth)…. what i objectively observed �� but it‘s not politically correct!

  • Hi Valeria,
    Have you ever tried derma planning? If so, what were your personal experiences, opinion, and pros & cons of the subject matter? I have watched countless videos of YouTube influencers demonstrating the procedure, and they all seem to swear by it. However, I have not followed any of them on a regular basis, as I have followed you, and trust your honest opinion the most.

  • One thing u look young is you’re thin built. That always count, you look at least 5-10 years younger. I’m 35 and people think I’m 23. I’m 55 kg and 161cm

  • All this hate on her channel, Im so glad Valeria is strong and secure and won’t be offended by the hate comments. I love you V, live your best life!

  • Money is the answer because with money you will get the finest skincare products, you don’t have to stress about living, eating, dressing, literally not stressing will keep you young.

  • You are such a wonderful and beautiful mother �� Do you also have recommendations to boost fertility? What to eat or any supplements? You are a mother of three ���� so I‘m sure you‘ll know it ����

  • In my teens I never tried to look older and I always wondered why people thought I was older. Now in my 20s I definitely would prefer to look like a teen

  • First of 30 is NOT OLD! I am 30 I look 19 so it’s not like you turn into a grandma once you are 30!
    Also I wouldn’t take skin care advice from bloggers, they just want a reason to talk! Genetics, stress levels and diet plays a role!…. she doesn’t work…. prolly has nannies… thank you next ��

  • And you have to be generally healthy. I am on a healthy diet, using only natural ingredients on my skin etc but because of my chronic illness, I already have wrinkles and look older than I am. I am 23

  • I’m studying Ayerveda and a nice little tip to help minimise fine lines is Ayervedic face massage. You can check it out! ☺️ Also, according to your constitution, you will age differently. Again, check out what your constitution is ☺️ the Banyan Botanicals website has a great quiz you can take to find this out. (Not my brand and not promoting it for any personal benefit)! ���� Also guys, let’s remember to keep super hydrated. Old skin has a dry quality so moisture is the opposite…. and clean nutrition and sleep is most certainly key! Also a nice little anti aging facial is to use 2tbls olive oil and half a teaspoon of cinnamon, mix as paste and leave on skin for 10 mins then wash off!! Sending love to you all! ❤️ xxxx

  • I watched a lot of youtubers on anti-aging and honestly, i always think the one person who has earned the right to give their anti-aging tricks is me hahaha XD Because I really do not have good genes that make me age well and in fact I inherited a skin condition from my mom that causes my skin dry and flaky and looks older than normal people. So I really have to educate myself and invest in health care and work a lot harder on skin care than anybody. I’m in my mid 30s and a lot of people say I look like I’m in my late 20s so I guess my hard work has paid off hahaha… It’s really a lifetime battle and commitment. So I wish every gal out there good luck on your anti-aging journey. We are all in this together!

  • I protect myself but the top of my ears still get sunburned. Guess I should use sunblock. Lol. Hate working in the sun. I always get a massive headache. I drink tons of water. But it does not seem to help. Sometimes I’ll wet my sleeves. Because we have to cover our tattoos. And that kinda helps.

  • Valeria I’ve watched all of your vlogs since the first one and I feel like I know you like my real friend �� If I can ask for, I would like you to make a video about how you prepared to the pregnancy. I mean supplements, diet etc. �� You have experience (3 experiences actually ��) in this matter so you can help other girls like me who are thinging about having a baby �� XO, Jo ��

  • I’m 26 and look 17. I’ve never looked after my skin. I don’t drink or smoke or tan though but for me it’s facial features and my mum looks 15 years younger. I also have two kids and It can be annoying sometimes but the older I get the more I appreciate it

  • Lovely video content! Apologies for the intrusion, I would appreciate your initial thoughts. Have you tried Millawdon Getaway Aging Trick (search on google)? It is a great one of a kind product for learning the best food for getting amazing younger skin minus the normal expense. Ive heard some interesting things about it and my work colleague after a lifetime of fighting got cool success with it.

  • I’m 34 and o have 4 young kids. When my kids where little I never thought about a skin care routine, but now that I can have some kind of routine at night for myself I been looking into skin care. Thank you for your tips.

  • Biochemically speaking, collagen is a protein that CANNOT be absorbed through digestion! It’s the rest of your diet that helps your skin and hair glow. Of course there’s collagen on our hair, nails and skin, but to strengthen all of these, you have to put products that have this protein in the ingredients. Be careful next time!:*

  • Idk.. I just cant trust anyone who didn’t remember what they had to say and couldn’t stop looking at the written script out of the screen:(

  • What spf do u recommend for the face. Iv been researching and I can’t decide! I want a spf face mist or spf dropper to add to my products!

  • Nice Video! Apologies for the intrusion, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you considered Dinanlinson Face Blossoming Approach (do a google search)? It is a good one of a kind product for learning nutrition for beautiful healthy body and skin without the hard work. Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my cooworker got great results with it.

  • Hey, I have difficulty finding a good sunscreen. I think I have the same skin type as you. So I was wondering, what sunscreen do you use?

  • You don’t have to stay young, you are young. It doesn’t matter you’re a mom of three, you’re just 30. The skin gets to be very different in your 30s.

  • For everyone saying it’s about not worrying about money: Her mom did have to worry a lot about money and other serious problems and still: look at her now looking fantastic. I think it’s more about strenght of character, it is important because it doesn’t let the problems you have affect you and show on your face, body, and health

  • Oh my goodness I got anxious just by the fact that she needs a weighted blanket to feel that somebody is hugging her. I don’t want that to happen to me when I’m married to someone and that guy doesn’t make me feel comfy and doesn’t hug me every freaking night/day.��

  • My school timing is1:30p.m 5:00p.m and i have to travel by bus. so say me some tips for my situation coz carrying umbrella or using sun screen are not comfortable. plsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss.