Your solar callus not only offers protection, but it is an ideal way to absorb sunlight properly to get light into your system to build wellness and improve your immunity. You can build your sun callus so that you can safely enjoy the sun and improve Vitamin D production. Here are some things to keep in mind:
Early and Late Exposure to the Sun’s Rays
If you spend enough time exposing your skin to the sun’s rays in the early morning and late afternoon before sundown, there are no UV rays present and the infrared rays will prepare your skin for the coming UV rays around solar noon. Infrared light is the sunscreen we need to protect us from the deleterious effects of UV radiation. Frequent and regular exposure can help you build your sun callus.
Once you’ve built your sun callus, you can safely expose your skin to high UV rays during midday for optimal Vitamin D production. In the afternoon, as the sun begins to set, the infrared rays will help repair any damage to skin that has been overexposed to UV rays during the day.
Aim for Flush Skin, Not Sun Burns
If you are going to the beach this summer, get there EARLY, stay LATER, and make sure your skin is exposed to lots of early mornings and late afternoon sunshine. During solar noon, get enough sun so that your skin gets flush but does not burn. Then wear clothing and hats to block the sun’s rays until late afternoon The more exposure you give your skin to early morning sunlight, the more resilient it will be to the UV rays midday.
Build an Attractive and Strong Solar Callus
Our skin tones are tied to our solar callus and are perceived as most healthy and attractive to humans. We know that red and yellow skin tones make you appear more attractive and send wireless signals to others that your immune system is optimized. Being pale is not a sign of wellness. Even animals besides humans use their solar callus to draw mates.
Steps to Take Once You’ve Reached Your Optimal Exposure
Cover up or stay in the shade once you’ve reached your optimal exposure time. You can use non-toxic sunscreens which are available as a healthier alternative to the standard products sold commercially. Non-toxic sunscreens are made with the minerals such as zinc or titanium dioxide or a combination of both. Be wary of those that are simply labeled as “mineral-based,” because these often include one or both of these minerals along with the standard, chemical sunscreens.
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