[10 points to properly moisturize your skin] Part 8 **UV protection**

UV rays accelerate skin dryness. When you go out, take precautions against UV rays and use sunscreen to keep your skin moisturized.

UV protection is important for maintaining skin health and preventing wrinkles, age spots, and skin cancer. Below are some tips on how to protect yourself from UV rays and some advice related to fucoidan.

**Use sunscreen:** Use a sunscreen with broad-spectrum sun protection with SPF 30 or higher for your daily skin care routine. Also, it is preferable to use a moisturizing ingredient containing fucoidan.

**Skin care before going out:** Before going out, apply plenty of sunscreen and use moisturizer containing fucoidan. This strengthens the skin's protective function.

**Eating foods containing fucoidan:** Fucoidan is found in large amounts in seaweed. Incorporating seaweed and seaweed extracts may improve skin elasticity and moisturizing ability, and protect against UV damage.

**Sunbathing at the right time:** Limit sunbathing to the right times and avoid times when UV rays are high. Reduce your risk by getting plenty of shade, taking fucoidan, and using sunscreen.

**Use a cooling towel:** To cool your skin from the heat caused by UV rays, use a cooling towel or cold pita to keep you comfortable. It is also a good idea to chill lotion containing fucoidan in the refrigerator before use.

**Nutritional supplementation to prevent stains:** Fucoidan has an antioxidant effect and may also contribute to the prevention of stains. By consuming foods containing vitamins C, E, and selenium, you can expect an internal and external approach.


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I hope today is a great day for you and your skin.

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