All information you need about Sun Allergy

Sun Protection Factors

Sun protection factor (SPF) refers to a term used to describe the laboratory measure of the effectiveness of a sunscreen. If a sunscreen has a high level of sun protection factors, then it provides high protection against ultraviolet radiation. Ultraviolet radiation is dangerous since it has a high likelihood of causing sunburns. Therefore, SPF is …Continue reading

Sun Protective Clothing

Sun protective clothing refers to apparel that are design to shield our skin from the sun. All clothing protects us from the sun somehow but there are those that are more effective in sun protection than others are. According to dermatologists, clothing is the most effective way to protect ourselves from the sun’s dangerous ultraviolet …Continue reading

Preventing Sun Allergy

Once the cause of sun allergy is established, its management becomes a routine procedure on the victim. The management procedure should help the victim to avoid getting the sun allergy instead of waiting to receive the symptoms then struggle to treat the symptoms.  Lifestyle methods: Some methods that victims of sun allergy use to prevent …Continue reading

Managing Sun Allergy

Many different types of sun allergies are treatable. The method used to treat a type of sun allergy can be as simple as staying away from the direct contact to sunlight rays to the most advanced method involving undergoing serious tests like biopsy to determine the real cause. Regardless of the type of management method, …Continue reading

Causes Of Different Types Of Sun Allergies

Managing sun allergy is easily done if the cause is well known. As soon as the symptoms are viewed, the victim should be able to take note of substances he or she has interacted with. The substances may have been handled externally or in some instances taken internally. The time taken for symptoms to come …Continue reading

Types Of Sunlight Allergies – Part Three

This is the third and last part of “Types Of Sunlight Allergies” Click here for the first part and here for the second part. The general name given to sensitivity of the skin to sunlight is sunburn or sunlight allergy. There are different forms of sunlight sensitivity or allergies. A victim of sunlight sensitivity needs …Continue reading

Diagnonising The Sun Allergy

Managing sun allergy is very easy and effective if the cause for the allergy is known. Once an individual develops symptoms of sun allergy, it is advisable that the cause for the symptoms be established. Most sun allergies do show symptoms immediately the reaction on the skin begins. This helps a lot in managing the …Continue reading

Causes Of Sun Allergy – Part Two

This is the second part of the article. Click here for Causes Of Sun Allergy – Part One The reactions of different types of skin to sunlight rays vary from one individual to another. In many occasions, White people with light skin are most susceptible to reactions caused by sunlight rays. These reactions are generally referred …Continue reading

Types Of Sun Allergies – Part Two

This is the second part of the article, Click here to read the first article. Allergy to sunlight simply means a reaction that occurs on the skin that has been exposed to sunlight rays. It is therefore a condition in which a skin develops some itchy red rash upon exposure to sunlight rays. The appearance …Continue reading

Types Of Sun Allergies – Part One

Sun allergy occur when the immune system reacts to sunlight and forms an itchy red rash on the skin. They affect the backs of hands, the neck and the arms. This sun allergy can be inherited according to scientists or can be acquired through other means such as medications and skin exposure to plants. Types …Continue reading

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