Subtle as a desired beautiful ideal is very common in this country. Men are satisfied with improved visibility of the muscles, and women can optimally heat up cellulite and cellulite. But the Swiss must do more self-protection because of their sun-sensitive skin. all-dayTM knows the five most important principles for healthy and sustainable.
Avoid intense sunbathing
The skin is sensitive to winter holidays and needs time to adapt to stronger UV rays. Leave 10 to 30 minutes in the sun.
The right choice of sunscreens
Each skin is individual and needs a different sunscreen. all-dayTM offers a wide variety of different products for different skin types. The website view is worth it. Otherwise, SPF 30 is the most commonly used sun protection factor in Switzerland. However, depending on the skin type, sunscreen is recommended with SPF 50. T
Use a daily sunscreen
Whether in the winter or in the summer, whether it is road or office building, sunscreen should be used daily. Because UV rays are ubiquitous. In addition, sunscreen is the best anti aging.
Stay in the shade between 11 and 15 o'clock
The skin also needs a break. It is best to set them between 11 and 15 hours. Then the UV rays are strongest and the greatest undesired burn is possible.
Protect yourself with a hat, sunglasses, and clothes
In addition to protecting the skin from sunscreen, sensitive areas should be protected with a hat, sunglasses and clothing. Children should take it to the heart, having a much more sensitive skin for adults. Even the eyes can get burns from the sun.
Tackle the plastic waste together
Together with the KEIS, Daylong launches the first recycling system that is especially used to pack sunscreen. From now on, any manufacturer's packaging can be returned to one of the Swiss pharmacies or drugstores and placed in special recycling boxes. If you join, you will get a 20% discount on a one-day excursionTMAssortment. The campaign lasts until the end of July 2019.
Further information at www.Daylong.ch / www.keis.ch
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