You know very well that sunlight is the main cause of skin tissue damage and signs of aging. Therefore, you should be aware of the harmful effects of these rays on your skin, which makes it necessary to use sunscreen. It is not necessary to buy a sunscreen lotion from an external store, but rather you can make it at home using the natural ingredients you have, with the need to pay attention to the fact that these lotions are natural, meaning that their ingredients must be prepared on fire but completely cooled before applying them to the skin, and keeping them in clean containers and sterile and not to make large quantities of them, and keep them properly away from heat and sunlight.
Here are ways to make a natural sunscreen:
10 mg of lemon juice.
25 grams of ground Zola herb.
10 mg of flour.
5 mg ground turmeric.
Natural sunscreen for oily skin:
1/4 cup shea butter.
Two tablespoons of jojoba oil.
Two tablespoons of beeswax.
One tablespoon of vitamin E oil.
Ten drops of raspberry seed oil or carrot seed oil.
One tablespoon of zinc oxide.
How to make another natural sunscreen at home:
A quarter cup of baby cream.
One tablespoon of coconut oil.
A tablespoon of cocoa butter.
Aloe vera gel one spoon.
A small spoonful of sesame oil.
A large spoonful of beeswax.
Ten drops of lavender oil.
Natural sunscreen from sunflower oil:
Aloe vera gel may help protect the skin from sun damage - such as burns - due to its richness in antioxidants, in addition to the natural soothing effect of aloe vera gel. As for sunflower oil, it is one of the oils rich in vitamin E, beta-carotenoids, and antioxidants, which together may help reduce skin sensitivity to UV rays.
To prepare a natural sunscreen from sunflower oil, it is recommended to follow the
Prepare the ingredients for the sunscreen recipe:
1 tablespoon of aloe vera gel,
1/2 tablespoon of sunflower oil,
3 tablespoons of zinc oxide,
and 1/4 cup of water.
Mix aloe vera gel with sunflower oil and the rest of the ingredients in a side dish. The resulting mixture is used as a natural sunscreen.
Important recommendations regarding the use of sunscreen to protect the skin from sun damage, the following is recommended: Use a sunscreen that provides broad spectrum protection against ultraviolet A and ultraviolet B rays. Use a water-repellent sunscreen with at least SPF 30. Use approximately 29.5 milliliters of sunscreen each time on various parts of the skin when applying sunscreen to an adult's skin. The need to reapply sunscreen every few hours, or more frequently during swimming and hot, sweaty weather.