The sun has many benefits, good looks, good mood, and better synthesis of vitamin D, but it can also be overly aggressive on the skin. Sun exposure weakens skin cells and accelerate skin aging.  The longer the exposure, the greater the risks. Although some skin types are more resistant to the sun thanks to the capacity of melanin absorbing UV rays, we must all protect ourselves from the harmful effects of the sun.

Here are some tips to prepare your skin for summer fun in the sun.

Carrot macerate, a miraculous oil.

Carrots are known to give a healthy glow! These vegetables rich in beta-carotene are a real asset to have a luminous complexion. Carrot macerate is an oil obtained by macerating the vegetable in a small amount of vegetable oil. This natural product is applied directly to the skin to reveal its radiance and promote an even tan, both on the face and on the body.

Gradual sun exposure

By gradually exposing yourself to get your skin used to it and avoid sunburn.   especially during summer months, avoid exposure during ” Zenith‘  the hottest hours of the day between 12 p.m. and 4 p.m.


do not deviate from the fundamental rules of skin care during summer. Daily, whether it is snowing, or raining, the regular use of a moisturizer or an oil is highly recommended. Application morning and evening to the face and body softens the skin and the more hydrated the skin, the more prepared it is for prolonged exposure to the sun. Unique specificity to summer hydration: it is important to use a protective cream with an index adapted to the skin. Finally, a scrub allows the tan to be uniform and the skin to be freed of dead cells.

Revitalize your skin cells.

vitamin C is a star for a radiant complexion. It acts on several fronts whether in serums, in ampoules or in drops, to add to a cream. This powerful antioxidant is amazingly effective in reducing the production of free radicals, while boosting collagen production for anti-wrinkle action. In addition, it inhibits the formation of melanin, which causes pigment irregularities.

If you are between the ages of 20 and 35, live in the city, or smoke, you can add vitamin C to your routine as a cure. The glow is visible after ten days. More mature skin can apply it continuously.


Do not ignore your anti-dark spot facial treatments, currently, they are essential! Once or twice a week, enjoy a boost of radiance and youth in a few moments with the anti-dark spot face mask.

This is the time for an antioxidant diet.

Consuming fresh fruit, raw vegetables and raw vegetable juices has the advantage of providing all the vitamins and minerals necessary for beautiful skin. Raw plants are carriers of protective antioxidants and will allow the body to benefit from the sun’s rays. Antioxidants also accelerate healing and cell regeneration, protect against burns, intervene in the synthesis of collagen necessary for firmness of the skin.

All raw foods contain antioxidants. Beta-carotene, vitamin C, vitamin E are the best allies for a golden tan!

  • Beta-carotene is an antioxidant that promotes microcirculation, cell renewal, protection, and coloring of the skin, and prevents cell aging. A true “healthy glow” pigment, beta carotene gives a nice complexion and will allow a tan and a harmonious coloring of the skin. This nutrient promotes the production of the pigment that gives tan its color: melanin you find beta-carotene in very colorful plants: carrot, apricot, urucum, red pepper, dark green vegetables, spirulina, parsley, broccoli, mango.
  • Vitamin C is a good solar preparer and repairer. It promotes healing of the skin, burns, and fights against cellular aging. The best sources of vitamin C are: acerola, rosehip, lemon, blackcurrant, parsley, paprika, parsley, cabbage, kiwi, bell pepper and strawberry.
  • Vitamin E decreases inflammation of the skin protects from the sun and accelerates skin repair. It also allows good cell renewal because it promotes microcirculation and protects it from dehydration.

Vitamin E is found in jelly, royal, sprouted wheat, watercress, wheat germ oil, lettuce, egg yolk, sunflower seeds, cabbage, spirulina.