During peak summer, the sun is at its hottest between 1.00pm to 4.00pm. Summer is also the time when kids have their vacation and want to play outside with their playmate friends. If you or your kids expose yourselves to the sun during this time, UV rays that come along with the sunlight will have a debilitating effect on your skin. Many problems like prickly heat rash, sunstroke, skin cancer etc can come about due to harmful sun’s rays
So, how to take care of the problems caused by heat? Read on!
With direct sunlight and heat, sweat and salt discharges happen heavily from the body. To replenish these, one should be kept well hydrated with lots of water, buttermilk and pure fruit juices. Avoid carbonated drinks.