Age Spots Wrinkles Dry Skin Follow Our Anti-Ageing Tips
The sun may shine all year, but it's far more damaging during spring and summer. UVA rays penetrate cloud cover and destroy the skin's collagen and elastin fibres, leading to saggy skin and wrinkles. Visible light and infrared rays cause an upsurge in free radicals that oxidise proteins in your skin. Skin cells malfunction and can't renew themselves, leaving you with dry, dull complexions, and age spots. To add fuel to the fire, as soon as the weather warms up, your skin produces blemish-causing sebum. Read on to know some anti-ageing tips to enjoy the summer without damaging your skin.