How to Prevent a Skin Mole From Coming Back After Removal

When a person has undergone treatment for skin mole removal, he cannot set aside the fact that skin moles have the possibility of re-occurring. That is bad news to that person.

In order to prevent the re-occurrence of skin moles, there are things that you should keep in mind. First and foremost, the physician’s advice is always the best resort. Having good habits may be of great help. Self – discipline is the important driving force in this case.

The presence of skin moles is associated with direct and indirect sunlight. You should take the necessary precautions whenever your skin is exposed to sunlight. Sunlight can cause other skin problems like wrinkles aside from causing skin moles to appear.

We can classify sun rays into two namely ultraviolet A and ultraviolet B. These two can damage our skin and cause skin cancer. However, ultraviolet A is less harmful rather than the latter type of ray.

Some of us believe that skin damage due to sun exposure is typically evident during summer. But what we did not know is that prolonged exposure to winter sunlight is as harmful as the summer’s. In fact, the sun’s rays during winter can be more dangerous. The living proof is the skiing enthusiasts.

Being underneath the water can lessen the harmful effects of direct sunlight to our skin. But it is not a good alternative as compared to other methods of skin protection.

Sunlight can reach our skin through the clouds in the open sky. Research shows that up to 80% of sunlight is received through clouds or water.

Due to rampant pollution in the world that causes global warming, one always has the danger of getting skin problems whenever he goes outside. Medical experts say that between 10:00 in the morning and 3:00 in the afternoon the sun’s rays are very harmful and are not healthy to our skin so avoid going out during these hours of the day. If you really need to go outside in important circumstances, do not forget to apply sunscreen. Look for sunscreen with at least a sun protective factor of 30 or simply SPF 30.

Remember, it can be easily removed by water or sweat so apply it evenly and diligently. Even though clouds are present in the sky, it is not an assurance that we can escape the negative implications of direct sunlight to our skin.

Always remember to bring an umbrella when going outside to do outdoor activities. Wearing long sleeved- clothes, long pants, and a large hat is also an effective alternative. Cotton fabrics are recommended because they can deflect the heat caused by the sun’s harmful rays. Sunglasses which offer protection against direct sunlight can be also an option. You can always look fabulous and fashionable without sacrificing your skin’s health.

Being aware of these facts can save you from a lot of trouble especially when it comes to your skin health. Make it a habit to apply sunscreen. Teach the children to do the same in order to protect their skin from the harmful rays of sun.



Source by Manisha Kumar

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