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Hidden Facts of Skin Cancer Nobody Told You About

SunScreen

Sun burn occurs on skin due to over exposure to sun which damages the skin cells. Sunscreen lotions are important particularly during the summer days. People wear sunscreen lotion, wear big hat to protect themselves from sun. The excessive damage to skin may also weaken the immunity system of body. Over exposure to sun may lead to skin cancer diseases. The researcher has came out with changing guidelines where they have mentioned few facts about skin cancer, that people may not aware of.

1.Turmeric and caffeine can reduce the risk of Skin Cancer

Researchers found that caffeine can reduce the risk of basal cell carcinoma which is the most commonly occurred cancer on skin. Cur-cumin which is present in turmeric, act as an active antioxidant ingredient that prevent the growth of skin and breast cancer.

2. Use of SPF lotion

The SPF lotion cannot block out 100% of the cancer causing sun rays. SPF lotions are helpful only when you apply it correctly. Sunscreen should be apply to a amount of a glass shot into your whole body and should apply after every 2 hours. Ultra violet radiation are protected due to presence of ozone layer. But due to ozone layer depletion, UV- rays is coming more in contact with the surface. People should use mineral based sunscreen with titanium dioxide or zinc oxide for better outcomes.

Sunburn continues to sensitize the skin  for four hours after time spent in the sun.So, the sunscreen should be use in dark while using computer to protect your skin. People should also have a glass of red wine and piece of dark chocolate with dinner as a skin protector.

3. Be Careful With Your Hair Cut

Hair stylist can help you to identify skin cancer appear on your scalp. Cancer grow slowly on scalp as sun do not catch it fast thus it may be more aggressive and deadly. The stylist should search for any wound on scalp that are new, whenever you go for hair cut.

4. Melanomas on Brown skin are harmful

Melanomas mainly appears on brown skin people. Melanomas can be pink, purple, red, skin-colored, brown, flat, raised, smooth, rough and can be of any size. Melanomas can not be detected easily, thveryone should examine their skin once a month and visit a dermatologist once a year so that suspicious areas are spotted and treated appropriately in a timely manner.