Even at 150 million kilometers from Earth, the sun has an effect on our health. The impacts of solar radiation are very varied: from tanning to sunburn, from freckles or moles to signs of premature aging, and, in serious cases, even cancer.
Skin is the first barrier that protects the human body from the sun's rays. And every day, our exposure to solar light leaves traces on our skin, according to the intensity and type of UV rays to which we are subjected. Every day, we write a new chapter in the story of our skin and the sun.