Exposing the skin to sunlight for at least 15 minutes a day has some important health benefits. However, we cannot ignore the aging effects the sun poses on our skin. It is well known that sunrays stimulate the production of free radicals which make the skin dry and wrinkled. Dr DeJuliis shares her advice on how to protect your skin during the summer.
Summer is gone, but the sun damage on your skin is here to stay. Are you someone who looks in the mirror and feels her face aged all of sudden? Are you seeing more wrinkles, uneven skin color, capillaries? Or maybe you are noticing a dull complexion that looks worse even with the best quality make-up.