Goodbye sunscreen, hello solar callus.
Sunscreen blocks most Vitamin D production. Therefore, sunscreen isn’t compatible with a sunbathing-rich circadian lifestyle.
But how can we make sure not to get sunburned?
Should you ditch sunscreen as part of your skin-fast?
This sunscreen issue is part of an even longer conversation about the benefits of ditching skin products you don’t need.
Most of the bad effects of sunlight happen to people who suddenly experience a lot of intense sunlight after an extended period of living an indoor lifestyle. So, if you are deciding now to make the switch to an outdoors-based lifestyle full of sunbathing, these tips can save you a world of hurt.
If you have any diagnosed mental health issues (particularly bipolar, schizophrenia, or major depressive disorder), it is prudent to work out a specific chronotherapy with your current practitioner. You may also enjoy reading the links between circadian disruption and mental health here:
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