Doctor's advice

Protect your skin from harmful UV rays

Many individuals want beautifully tanned skin, despite the fact that most are well aware that sun exposure is not exactly innocent. A vacation with sunburn isn’t exactly pleasant, is it? So make sure you spend this year’s vacation as enjoyable as possible, without unnecessary sunburn.

You should be aware that the skin is our largest organ, so it needs to be given enough attention. The observation of the skin is very important, as many irregularities in our body are quickly reflected in the changes visible on the skin. Creams are by no means all that our skin needs, as they act as a current protection against external factors, what skin also needs is the protection from the "inside", which we often forget.



How to protect your skin from harmful UV rays?

Excessive sun exposure can lead to sunburn and premature skin aging. The sun emits three different types of UV radiation: UVA, UVB, and UVC. All types of UV radiation have the potential to damage your skin, but each type affects your skin differently. UVB radiation is most intense in the middle of the day and affect skin’s top layer, causing skin cancer and most sunburns, while UVA is present throughout the day and does not cause burns, yet it is dangerous for deeper skin structures. But sun rays don't have only negative effects, but also positive, namely, UVB rays allow the formation of vitamin D in the skin, which plays an important role in bone development and the functioning of the immune system. To people who spend a lot of time indoors and are not sufficiently exposed to the sun, experts recommend taking vitamin D in the form of dietary supplements.


Here are some helpful tips for more healthy and gradual tanning:

  • Avoid the sun between 10 am and 4 pm
  • Stay in shadow (if possible)
  • Use protection wear
  • Use sunscreen with a UV protection factor 30 or more
  • Drink enough fluids
  • Use dietary supplements to help reduce skin damage



What is Beta Solar and why we recommend it?

Beta solar is a dietary supplement with ingredients that protect skin cells from oxidative stress.

Oxidative stress is an imbalance between the production of free radicals and antioxidant protection in our body and is unfortunately present throughout our lives. Oxidative stress is produced when we, with our life rhythm and our lifestyle, cause harmful oxygen compounds to start accumulating in our body. These compounds represent a large number of molecules that are formed from molecular oxygen and are found in our cells.

Therefore, it is necessary to make sure that we have the right balance between oxygen compounds and antioxidants in our cells. In case of imbalance, cell damage occurs, which is also manifested by accelerated skin aging.

Beta solar contains ingredients that have a positive effect on protecting cells from UV rays, maintaining healthy skin and preventing premature skin aging.


  • Astaxanthin, vitamin C and copper help produce elastin and collagen, making the skin firmer, more supple and moisturized.

One of the studies showed that astaxanthin is:

  • 14.3 times more powerful antioxidant than vitamin E
  • 53.7 times more powerful antioxidant than beta carotene and
  • 64.9 times more powerful antioxidant than vitamin C.
  • Lutein protects the skin from UV rays and has a beneficial effect on the eyes and vision.
  • Lycopene is a red pigment naturally occurring in tomatoes. It protects the cell structure from degradation by stimulating the regeneration of skin cells and preventing skin damage from the effects of the sun.
  • Beta carotene by balancing the pH of the skin ensures optimal skin moisture and prevents premature skin aging.

 Start using the product 2-3 weeks before sun exposure and continue during the sunbathing season. It is recommended to take 1 capsule once a day between meals.



 Stop to sun allergies

Satisfied users often point out that regular use of Beta Solar also helps them with sun allergy. Sun allergy can also be prevented by taking various antioxidants, and other dietary supplements such as vitamin E, calcium, folic acid, omega-3 fatty acids, ...


Interesting fact: Flamingos, which are basically white in colour, feed on crabs, which contain a lot of astaxanthin (also contained in Beta Solar) and therefore develop a typical ‘orange’ colour.


Author: Tamara Omerzel

Category: Doctor's advice

Published: 16.06.2020 12:45

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