Skin Guide

Protect your skin well!

When you are outside you are exposed to UV radiation.
There are two types of UV radiation, which, in particular, are very important for the skin:

UVA rays: penetrate most deeply into the skin and provide a nice tan, but also cause premature skin aging.

UVB rays: penetrate less deeply into the skin, but are responsible for burning your skin.

Both types of UVradiation play a role in the development of skin cancer in the long-term . Therefore, proper sun protection is necessary. Not only when you go out sunbathing, but also if you stay outside longer on a sunny day.

Precautions:

Lubricate your skin generously half an hour before going into the sun. This contributes to the protection.
Apply regularly, especially after swimming, sweating or towelling.
Choose a SPF that suits your skin type. When in doubt, choose a higher factor instead of low!
Avoid the sun during the hottest part of the day (between 12:00h and 15:00h).
Keep babies and young children out of direct sunlight and use sunprotection with a high SPF.
Do not stay too long in the sun, even if you use sunprotection.