Traveling to areas where air temperature and air moisture exceeds what you are used to some precausions have to be taken. The best protection after staying indoor is using a sun lotion with an appropriate Sun Protection Factor factor 15 or higher. Sun factor preparations work by reducing or blocking the effects of sunlight allowing a person to stay in the sun longer. Re-apply regulary especially during prolonged exposure to sun and after swimming.
If you take any medication it is recommended to check if the medicine increases the skin’s sensitivity to sunlight.
- Avoid the mid-day sun, usually from noon until 2 p.m. (3 p.m. in the tropics).
- Adults should wear a broad brimmed hat, long sleeved shirts and sunglasses.
- Children should wear long sleeved shirts, hats and high-factor waterproof sun-lotion
- Babies under 9 months should be kept out of direct sunlight.
- Never lie in the sun to dry off after swimming, the skin will burn in a matter of minutes.
- use sunglasses ( for maximal protection use glasses with an light absorption up to 400 nm)
- High altitude climbers etc. should wear a hat with a neck cover and sunglasses with nose shields and blinker side pieces.
Notice that wet, bleached and old clothing have reduced ability for sun protection.
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