A big misconception is that sunscreen products protect the skin from tanning. Big mistake. Sunscreen products are more important to protect the skin from sunburn and aging (protection against UVA). Be sure to apply a sufficient amount of sunscreen in advance, especially if you need to be in the sun.
When choosing a sunscreen, you should pay more attention to choosing a product with a PA (UVA that prevents sunburn) index, or a product marked with "broad-spectrum". You can choose products with SPF15 or so, but because of sweating and other reasons, you must reapply sunscreen in time.
Be sure to add plenty of water!
Sun exposure is a physical activity, and it is easy to get a headache if you have a dry mouth, so be sure to add a lot of water.
Avoid sun exposure at the peak of the sun (11am to 2pm).
Stop sun exposure as soon as your skin gets red, if you continue, you will only get sunburned.
The skin has a tanning cut-off point, at which point it can no longer produce melanin. So 2-3 hours of sun exposure a day is enough, sun exposure all day long will not make you continue to darken, but it is easy to sunburn your skin.
Avoid direct sunlight to the eyes. So try to close your eyes, or wear sunglasses.
Choose a sunscreen product
Helps the skin to tan a wheatish color faster and more evenly. There are many sunscreen products on the market, including oils, lotions, sprays, and more.
Moisturize after sun exposure
Choose after-sun products that contain ingredients such as aloe vera for care immediately after sun exposure. Helps calm skin. At the same time, it can also make the wheat color last longer.