Summer, sun, sunshine but no sunburn please!
Ouch! Have you really burned yourself this year? We hope the answer is no because sunburn is the worst that can happen to your skin. You can get a light sunburn under control quickly. But what about the slightly worse cases? And what exactly happens to the skin when the sun shines too much on it? Questions about questions that we would be happy to answer briefly.
You shouldn't take a sunburn "lightly". As the name suggests, it is a burn of the skin from the sun's ultraviolet rays. Of course we all love summer and can hardly wait for our skin to get a fresh complexion. But be careful: the sun's UV rays destroy the cells of the skin and cause the skin to age much faster. The top layer of the skin is extremely damaged if the skin is exposed to the sun for long periods of time without protection. You can imagine that the top cell layer of the skin literally dies off, because the body cannot regenerate itself so quickly.
By the way, sunburn is worst after 24 hours. We can only advise you to protect your skin with sufficient sun protection factor and treat it with plenty of moisture and rich care after sunbathing so that the cells can recover. This is the ONLY way to achieve a beautiful and longer-lasting tan. You can apply NUTREEOIL Cacay Oil directly when you come out of the sun. Due to its structure, it rebuilds the cells. The Cacay oil naturally has such a special complex of active ingredients that it donates moisture and at the same time helps rapid cell renewal. Vitamin A and linoleic acid are responsible for this. The combination of the two substances on the skin works wonders and also cools. The retinol it contains promotes the production of collagen and elastin. This activates natural skin renewal.
What you can also do afterward is protect your skin by covering it with some cloth or cooling it with a wet towel. If you are already sunburned, try to avoid the sun - preferably until the redness has gone. Drinking plenty of water also helps, because you can also do something for your skin and cells from within.
If you have any questions on this topic, please send us an email at any time. Please send us your experiences with sunburn on our Instagram or Facebook page @nutreeoil. We look forward to receiving your feedback.
Take good care of your skin! Have fun in the sun!