Dear, dear sun, you are finally here!

Who doesn't love it? Beautiful tanned skin in the summer gives a little more self-confidence and sometimes tempts you to wear a slightly shorter top or, for men, even to leave the shirt off on the beach altogether. Gone are the days of lying on the beach for 8 hours a day without sunscreen because the tan should come after "red" - but: aren't we all a bit proud of the first bikini stripes, the sweet freckles or that print of the clock?

  1. To prepare! Before sunbathing, remove the dead skin cells with a peeling, this makes the tan more even.
  2. Protect! It is very important that you apply lotion. Spray protection, cream, milk - it doesn't matter! The main thing is that it contains a good sun protection factor. And don't forget to go into the shade from time to time.
  3. Care for! Then it is essential to apply a rich care product. A lot helps a lot here - aloe vera is a cooling and moisturizing miracle weapon that your skin can't get enough of. In general, Aprés Sun Lotions are also suitable.
  4. Drink! No, we don't mean cocktails in the Beach Club but water! Your cells are weakened after soaking up the sun, so you should also do something from within.

And here is our absolute SUN CARE TIP! Our NUTREEOIL Cacay Oil acts as a booster due to its natural structure. This means that it boosts the care properties of your cream or lotion. Here are the usage examples:

In peeling: the oil cares for the skin while the fine peeling grains remove the top layer of the skin.

In sun milk: Increases the sun protection factor and protects the skin from collagen breakdown when exposed to sunlight.

After the sun: supports the care effect of after sun products and helps gently after-tanning. Thus, the complexion lasts longer.

What exactly happens again when you tan? The process that takes place on and in the skin is as follows: The UV rays (more precisely, the UVB rays) penetrate deep into the skin through the top layers of the skin and there are pigments that are also known as melanin . The pigments protect the cells from dying and envelop them, which you can imagine like a small tent over the cell, which is then browned by the sun.


Have fun in the sun!