The compound effect from UV on your skin
Einstein once said “The compound effect is the most powerful force in the universe.”
Much the same can be said for our skin and the suns UV rays
Our skin is a unique and a wonderful organ. However, exposure to the suns UV can damage the skin causing premature wrinkles, aging to skin cancers.
But the damage from UV exposure is cumulative. Much like that powerful force of compound interest, where the more you invest the better it grows over time, the more UV getting into your skin the more your chances increase to getting skin cancers.
That’s not a good thing.
Getting sun burnt once when your 21 may not be so bad. But exposing your skin to UV over the next 30 to 40 years can lead to serious damage to your skin and health.
So wear UPF50+ clothing and SPF broadspectrum sunscreen.