Watch out for the sun... Here are some tips

Attention au soleil... Voici quelques conseils - Lison Paris

The sun can be dangerous for the skin if you expose yourself without protection:

Everyone knows that sunshine can be beneficial to health, but it can also cause serious problems. Ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun can cause damage to skin and health. Damage can range from sunburn to skin cancer. People at high risk include children , Babies and fair-skinned people. Sunburn is one of the most common consequences of excessive sun exposure. Sunburns can be painful and can lead to redness and blistering of the skin. Sunburn can be treated by applying moisturizers and drinking plenty of water.

UV rays can also cause long-term damage to health. Repeated sun exposure can lead to wrinkles, dark spots and skin tissue changes. The damage is cumulative and the risk increases with age. UV rays from the sun can also increase the risk of skin cancer. Skin cancers are the most common type of cancer. Factors such as genetic predisposition and excessive sun exposure can increase the risk of skin cancer.


Reduce the risks for a worry-free holiday:

To reduce the risks associated with the sun, and make the most of holidays in jersey whether by the sea or in a swimming pool, it is important to take preventive measures. Wearing clothing that covers the skin and a hat with a wide brim is a good way to protect yourself. It's also important to use a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15 to block harmful UV rays. If you have some babies or young children also avoid direct sunlight between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., when UV rays are strongest. Finally, see your doctor if you notice any unusual skin changes. Skin cancers can be treated if caught early. Your doctor can also advise you on the best ways to protect yourself from the sun.


and anti-UV clothing?

UV protective clothing is clothing specially designed to protect the skin from the sun's ultraviolet rays. They are generally made from materials that block UV rays, such as polyester and nylon including the regenerated nylon Econyl® which is the one Lison Paris uses for its eco-responsible collections .

UV protective clothing is especially useful for children who spend a lot of time outdoors, especially during the summer months when UV rays are most intense. They may also be useful for people with increased sensitivity to UV rays, such as people with lupus or another skin condition.

There are different levels of UV protection for clothing, ranging from 15 to 50+. The higher the level of protection, the more effective the garments are at blocking UV rays. It is important to choose clothing with the right level of protection for your needs, depending on the sun exposure you expect. At Lison Paris, swimsuits and the UV protection t-shirts all offer the highest sun protection factor, UPF50+

UV protective clothing should not be used in place of sunscreen, but rather in addition to sunscreen. Applying sunscreen to areas not covered by clothing, such as the face and hands, is always recommended for optimal UV protection.

In summary, UV clothing is a great option for protecting the skin from the sun's harmful UV rays. They can be used alongside sunscreen for maximum protection against UV damage. So, come quickly and choose your swimwear And UV protection t-shirt among the collections Lison Paris, and get ready to spend a summer in style and above all… worry-free!


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