National Sun Screen Day
National Sun Screen Day is celebrated on May 27 of every year. It is a lotion, spray, gel and topical product that assimilates or reflects some of the sun’s ultraviolet radiation and it helps by protecting against sunburn, mainly for fair-skinned individuals. Persistent use of sunscreen can be slow or temporarily prevent the increase of ridges and hesitating skin. Depending on the mode of action, it can classify into physical sunscreens that reflect the sunlight or chemical sunscreens that absorb the UV light.
“Medical professionals recommend that people apply sunscreen to skin exposed to sunlight to prevent skin cancer.”
History of National Sun Screen Day
In 1936, chemist Eugene Schueller invented a preventative sunburn lotion and went on to start L’Oreal. At the same time, Swiss chemist Franz Greiter was invigorated to develop a sun solution after he was sunburned while escalating Mount Piz Buin. His product came to the market under the name Piz Buin in 1946 and sold today. In 1944, Florida apothecary Benjamin Green Red Vet Pet sunscreen, which became Coppertone suntan cosmetic and was popular throughout the 1950s. Sunscreen Day is a good reminder to make sure you apply and reapply your sunscreen whenever you go outdoors. Enjoy the beautiful weather and consume sunscreen.
Other celebrations on May 27
May 27 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate National Sun Screen Day
Celebrate the National Sun Screen Day with sunny days of the summer season. People many of us and our families will be enjoying fun in the sun by going to seashores, pool parties, parks, hiking, and more. Take National Sun Screen Day as a day to make sure that you are properly shielding yourself from the sun like by keeping out of the rays at the hottest time of the day between 11 am – 2 pm and drinking plenty of liquids and wearing sunscreen. You can use #SunScreenDay to spread awareness on social media’s.