8 Ways To Prevent Deadly Skin Cancer

 Deadly Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is a scary disease and it is always better to look for ways by which skin cancer can be prevented rather than that of looking for a cure. If you are able to take care of certain simple things then you will be able to safeguard your skin from the deadly disease. Skin cancer is not curable and hence, it is always better to prevent rather than that of being ignorant. Sun burns can lead to skin cancer and hence, be careful and safeguard before it gets too late. Problems like wrinkles and sagging can actually be the start of skin cancer. If you notice these problems then you should act fast rather than thinking on what needs to be done next.



8 Ways To Prevent Deadly Skin Cancer

Avoid Sun

Sun is one of the main reasons due to which your chances of skin cancer are increased. The sunrays are very harmful from 10.00 AM to 4.00 PM. During this time period, you can stay back at home so that you can stay away from harmful UV rays. If this is your office timings then it is better that you safeguard yourself, with the help of a cap or scarf. You need to remember a simple thing that hat, cap or scarf will not safeguard you completely and hence, it is always better to avoid going out during this time rather than trying other options.

Avoid Sun



Sunscreen

Sunscreen is one temporary solution that you can try. If you are going out in sun for a short duration then you should apply sunscreen. You should apply sunscreen to all the places that are exposed to sun. It is always recommended that you apply a thick layer of sunscreen so that your skin is completely safeguarded from the exposure of sun. It is always recommended that you look for a sunscreen which has high levels of SPF. Minimum SPF 30 is a must.

Sunscreen

Don’t Ignore Sensitive Areas

Skin cancer starts with sensitive areas like underneath your eyes, eyelids and lips. If you are going out in sun then you should apply sunscreen all over the face. Your eyes are much sensitive and hence, you should wear sunglasses whenever you are exposed to sun.





Don’t Ignore Sensitive Areas

It is always recommended to wear oversize glasses so that the area around your eyes can also be safeguarded. Similarly, most of us just apply lip balm but you need to check on the SPF level even in the lip balm. If there is no SPF in your lip balm then you can apply sun screen lotion to your lips and then apply lip balm or lipstick.

Avoid Tanning

Most of you may think that exposure to sun causes skin cancer and hence, you may try indoor tanning but the chances of cancer is even higher in indoor tanning. Most of the parlors offer indoor tanning so you may be using it frequently. Indoor tanning is also done by using UV A and UV B and hence, this increases your chances of cancer.



Avoid Tanning

Visit Skin Specialist

If you see any slight changes in your skin then visiting a skin specialist is highly recommended. Sunburn is ignored by many but continuous sunburns on your skin can be one of the reasons for skin cancer. If you are able to see dark patches, reddishness or some kind of sunburn on your skin then rather than that of making your own decisions, you can fix a quick appointment with your skin specialist.

Visit Skin Specialist

Avoid Water, Sand And Snow

The surface of water, sand and snow has the potential to reflect the rays of sun. If these rays are reflected back on your skin then you will be exposed to high levels of sunrays. This reflection can be so harsh that it can actually create an impact on your skin.

Avoid Water, Sand And Snow

Vitamin D

Vitamin D can help you to fight against the formation of melanoma in your body. Melanoma is a pigment that leads to skin cancer. You can consume food that contains Vitamin D. There are also plenty of cosmetics that contain Vitamin D so you can try them rather than that of your regular cosmetics.

Vitamin D

Protect Your Children

Babies’ skin is much more sensitive than that of adults’ skin. It is your responsibility to safeguard your baby from sun. Don’t allow children to play out in the sun. Similarly, if you are planning for a outing then you should ensure that the baby is wearing protective clothing and hat as well.

Sunscreen for children

Prevention from skin cancer is not a one-time process but it is a continuous process. Whenever you are exposing yourself to sun, there are high chances of skin cancer. It is your responsibility to look for ways to safeguard yourself and your family from skin cancer.