how to protect your skin from fading even if you have to go in sun??
One should use a good sun protection lotion before going out in sun. These days many good lotions are available that come with SPF30 and SPF40.
Try out an SPF 40 lotion. It is very good for people who have sensitive skin. Covering the full body with subtle clothes can also help prevent skin fading.
The ultra violet rays of the sun are very harmful for us. In the future it may also create cancer. So the major concern of us is not only to think about our skin complexion but also the other effects. However we must use sunscreen lotion SPF 40. It gives us the best protection from the sun. We should use umbrella and sunglasses to protect ourselves from the scorching rays of the sun. Otherwise different types of home made recipes are there. We can try them out as it helps to remove the tan from our skin very quickly.
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