Infographic By Swiss Botany
Telangiectasia is caused by repeated sun exposure. It is a condition where small blood vessels dilate under the skin, and it can be very dangerous.
You might notice unusual or irregular coloring in the skin after prolonged sun exposure. That happens because the sun can cause an uneven production of melanin.
Wrinkles and sagging are common in people who spend too long in the sun. That is due to UV radiation that breaks down the skin’s protective tissue.
The sun is also known to decrease the skin’s immune function. Often, that is the most serious implication of spending too much time outdoors in the summer. Cancerous and precancerous skin lesions can form, and they usually require medical attention.
Now you know a little more about how much damage to sun can cause to your skin and that of your family, we hope you will be more inclined to get the cream on early this summer. At the end of the day, bad things can happen if you fail to be careful.