The sun is a great source of Vitamin D. Our body needs this vitamin in order to function well. But too much exposure to UV rays can cause numerous skin problems.
Most people who are frequently found outdoors have to deal with the consequences of cumulative sun exposure at a later point in their lives. Some of the effects of photoaging are yellowish skin hue and leathery skin texture. They are far from being attractive.
The integumentary system can only further progress to aging at this point. If you don’t do something about it, you will surely have more problems on your hands. So take my advice and use the following tips:
1. Nourish and pamper your skin until you see startling differences. I suggest taking a milk bath. Milk can infuse vitamin A in your skin. Our integumentary system has inherent supply of vitamin A. But because of UV rays, this supply depletes. This vitamin is needed to correct damaged skin tissues and get rid of harmful free radicals.
Try using sour milk as this contains lactic acid. This acid can actually slough off dead skin cells and facilitate renewal of dermis tissues. It also makes your skin feel softer and finer.
2. Take multivitamin supplements to correct internal damages. Vitamin C and E are necessary to repair collagen fibers and protect skin cells. These are also needed to maintain normal production of melanin. Vitamin C gradually removes yellowish skin color.
3. Correct damages by using an anti aging lightening moisturizer that contains the ingredients Extrapone Nutgrass, CynergyTK, Phytessence Wakame and Maracuja.
Extrapone Nutgrass is a natural skin whitener. It can inhibit melanin production by up to 45% during the first two weeks of use. What makes this ingredient better than other lightening products is that it will not make your skin more photosensitive. In fact, it heals sun damages and improves dewiness.
CynergyTK supplies keratin. Keratin is imperative for collagen regeneration. This will help bring back firm skin so you can reduce the leathery appearance of the integumentary system. Phytessence Wakame is a type of sea kelp that can prevent the loss of hyaluronic acid. This acid is vital for collagen lubrication. When it lubricates collagen deeply, collagen fibers do not get damaged easily. Maracuja is a kind of Brazilian passion fruit with emollient properties similar to human skin. That being said, it can keep skin cells and tissues moisturized for a longer period of time.