What you need to know about sunshine!November 9, 2015
The sun radiates light on earth and part of this light consists of invisible rays UV. When this rays reach the skin, cause tanning, burning and other skin failures.
The sun light has three types of ultraviolet radiation: UVA, UVB and UVC:
The UVA ray cause aging skin and wrinkles, also they contribute at skin cancer, such as melanoma. Because UVA ray spend Effortlessly through the Ozone Layer (The protective layer of the atmosphere, or shield, surrounding the earth), are the majority of exposure to the Sun.
Be careful from tanning beds since they use UVA rays as UVB rays as well.
- The UVB rays are also dangerous causing burning cataracts (clouding of the eye lens) and effects at the immune system. They also contribute at skin cancer. The melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer, is believed to be associated with serious sun burns UVB that appears before the age of 20. The most UVB rays are absorbed by an ozone layer but many of those rays penetrate the layer and might cause serious damage.
- The UVC rays are the most dangerous, but fortunately these rays are blocked from the ozone layer and they don’t reach the earth.
The most important is to protect your family from UVA and UVB exposure, are these rays that cause serious skin failures, by staying in shade areas or and using sun blocks.
During summer a tent or pergola is essential for your property in order to protect your family from those rays.