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The Good, the Bad, and the Sunny

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Hey, Summer Lovers!

We all love to feel those glorious sunbeams that shine on down and smack us right on our smiling faces. Sun showers is what summer fun is all about! The days are long and we’re charged with that vitamin D and that summer solar energy! Indeed, the sun provides us with a plethora of benefits such as stress relief, bone strength, strength of immune system, and *ahem* SUNNY demeanor.

The list goes on, but despite all the reasons to soak up the sun, there are other effects of the sun that we would deem less desirable. Ultraviolet rays, for example, that ride down inside those beautiful sunbeams, can cause premature aging of the skin, wrinkles, leathery skin, liver spots, eye damage, and more stuff you don’t want!

It’s important to take the necessary precautions for hanging out in the sun. That’s why Everything Summer Camp offers a plethora of available products containing 100% natural oils and plant-based extracts that ensure your protection from harmful UV rays while being totally skin-healthy themselves.

Today is National Sunscreen Day. It’s a good point to note that Sunscreen Day occurs within the spring season. As I heavily alluded to above, we associate fun in the sun in the summertime. There are still plenty of sunny days right now in the springtime as well as autumn and even winter. Basically, it’s never a bad time to use sunscreen if you think it’s a sunny enough day!

Sunscreen—the magical concoction goes on the skin to absorb and/or reflect ultraviolet rays from the sun that are otherwise harmful to exposed skin while letting all other beneficial properties of sunlight pass on by. But the sun has always been shining down on the earth, so when was sunscreen invented? All the way back in ancient times? Yep!

Check out this Blog post from a handful of years back about the history of Sunscreen by clicking right here. Remember to keep your skin safe this summer and all year long with convenient sun protection from Everything Summer Camp. As always, thanks for reading.


- John

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