Just Look Just Like Skin Cancer-Free

FUNCTION umbrella is to protect you from the pouring rain. But this time, wearing an umbrella when the sun is blazing better help you to prevent skin damage.
According to a new study by the Dermatology at Emory University in Atlanta said that the umbrella can help to shield the skin from exposure to ultraviolet (UV) that harm, so that was launched Healthmeup.
Exposure to the sun itself is known to increase the risk of skin cancer, especially in those who are often outdoors or body hang shore.
In the study, the researchers found that each umbrella can block more than three-quarters of UV light in the summertime. Black umbrella could even deter at least 90 percent of the sun’s harmful rays.
The use of an umbrella when the hot days this is not yet so common. But for those who are frequently outdoors and want to address the risk of skin cancer and prevent skin damage, could try wearing an umbrella or a hat for protection from harmful UV rays.