Cover up on the slopes!
Although it may sounds ridiculous, it can be just as easy to get sunburnt on the ski slopes as getting sunburnt at the beach. Being high in the mountains, your skin is extremely exposed to the sun and it’s dangerous UV rays, with less atmospheric filtering than when you’re closer to sea level. In addition to this, the white snow reflects the sun, resulting in the sun hitting you from both above and below. For these reasons, it’s important to take skin care extremely seriously when skiing in order to avoid serious snow burn. After all, why let your holiday be ruined by an uncomfortable case of snow burn? Below are a few skin care tips to help you avoid damage at the snow.
So there you have our top skin care tips to avoid snow burn on the ski slopes! For everyone who’s heading to the snow this winter, be sure to follow these steps in order to maintain young and healthy looking skin!