It is very important to protect your skin from harmful rays of the sun, although it is difficult to avoid sunlight in summer. Sometimes you have to step out of your home for some important work, meeting, school, college, etc even if you don’t want to.
In such situations, most of the people try all types of hacks from wearing full sleeve clothes to wearing sunglasses, to stay safe from the sun and heat. But it is almost impossible to protect every part of your skin from the sun. That is the reason why many people do not forget to apply sunscreen before stepping out. However, at the same time, it is also crucial to know some major things about using sunscreen.
Due to the scorching sun and UV radiation in the summer season, the moisture in the skin decreases, due to which the skin becomes tanned, dull, and dry.
Actually, sunscreen or lotion not only protects the skin from the harmful rays of the sun but also helps in retaining moisture in the skin. However, not all sunscreen products available in the market are beneficial for the skin. In such a situation, it becomes necessary to take special care of the skin before choosing the correct sunscreen and applying it to the face and others parts of the body which is exposed to sunlight.
We are here to tell you the right type of sunscreen for your skin type in this scorchy heat. Here are the different ways of skincare this season:
Apply sunscreen every two hours:
If you are going out of the house for a short time, then applying sunscreen once is enough. But if you are going to be outside for more than one hour, then you have to make sure that you are applying the correct SPF sunscreen at the interval of every two hours. This will give double protection to your skin and there will be the least effect of sunlight on your skin this summer
Sunscreen according to skin type:
Before buying a sunscreen cream or lotion, it is important to know and keep your skin type in mind. If you have oily skin then water-based sunscreen will be perfect for you. On the other hand, choose oil-based sunscreen for dry skin.
Sunscreen with correct SPF:
The higher the SPF in a sunscreen, the more protection. Sunscreens should be bought according to the place and skin type. Correct SPF of sunscreen will provide the right amount of protection to your skin. Generally, sunscreens from SPF 15 to SPF 100 comes in the market. Where SPF 15 sunscreen protects the skin from 93 percent UVB rays. At the same time, the use of SPF 50 is 98 percent and the use of SPF 100 is effective in protecting the skin from 99 percent of UVB rays.
Read UVA-UVB details:
Before buying sunscreen, do not forget to read the details written on the sunscreen thoroughly. Also, if possible, buy sunscreen containing UVA and UVB. These sunscreens will help to protect the skin with multiple layers.
Scrubbing the face is important twice a month. The scrub should be applied gently on the skin with the help of fingers in a circular form, and after some time it should be washed off with fresh plain water. This removes the dead cells of the skin, which makes the skin glow. It also helps in removing tan from your skin.
Dust storm, light rain expected in Delhi-NCR today, heatwave conditions to abate
IMD claimed in a tweet that Thunderstorm dust with light to moderate intensity rain and gusty winds with speed of 30-50 km/hr would occur over and adjoining areas of many places of Delhi, North Delhi, North East Delhi, North west Delhi, West Delhi, Central Delhi, East delhi and NCR( Loni Dehat, Hindon AF station, Ghaziabad, Indrapuram, Chapraula) Sonipat, Rohtak, Kharkhoda (Haryana) Baraut, Bagpat, Meerut, Khekra, Modinagar, Kithor , Garhmukhteshwar, Pilakhua, Hapur ,Gulaoti ,Siyana ,Sikandrabad , Bulandshahr , Jahangirabad (UP)
On Wednesday, a dust storm with light to moderate rain is expected in numerous locations in Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR). The India Meteorogical Department (IMD) stated the city’s maximum and minimum temperatures are predicted to be in the range of 40 and 25, respectively.
The IMD tweeted an advisory that thunderstorms, dust with light to moderate intensity rain and gusty winds with speed of 30-50 km/hr would occur over and adjoining areas of many places of Delhi, North Delhi, North East Delhi, North West Delhi, West Delhi, Central Delhi, East Delhi and NCR (Loni Dehat, Hindon AF station, Ghaziabad, Indirapuram, Chapraula) Sonipat, Rohtak, Kharkhoda (Haryana), Baraut, Bagpat, Meerut, Khekra, Modinagar, Kithor, Garhmukhteshwar, Pilakhua, Hapur, Gulaoti, Siyana, Sikandrabad, Bulandshahr, Jahangirabad (UP).
For the next two hours, light to moderate intermittent rain is expected over and near Adampur, Hissar, Hansi, and Meham (Haryana).
On Thursday, May 18, light rain is predicted for in Delhi based on the seven-day prediction for the city. The sky will mainly be cloudy, with the potential of a light rain or drizzle, according to the weather office.
The air quality will continue to be deteriorated in the city after strong winds with dust swept across the Delhi-NCR on Tuesday. Following this, visibility had reduced to 1000 metres. Kuldeep Srivastava, the head of regional forecasting centre, said the dry atmosphere is one of the reasons for the dust storms.
Following Tuesday’s severe winds and dust storm that blasted across the Delhi-NCR, the city’s air quality had taken an alarming dip.
The monsoons, which are awaited across India, are likely to make landfall in Kerala on June 4. Usually, the monsoon arrives on May 31 or June 1 but the delay will be made up as the phenomenon progresses on its south-west to north-east arc. With extreme temperatures right from a cold sytart to May to dust-laden winds in mid-May, the weather in the country is paying the price for accelerating climate change.
Security lapse at Navjot Singh Sidhu’s Patiala home, says it will not deter him from raising his voice against Punjab
After his release from jail, he slammed the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government for its law and order in the state.
Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu has filed a complaint with the Punjab Police after he spotted a suspicious person wrapped in a grey blanket on his terrace. He alleged a security lapse at his Patiala home. He couldn’t catch him as he fled after his servant raised an alarm.
Taking to Twitter, Sidhu said, Today on the terrace of his residence an unknown suspicious character wrapped in a grey blanket was noticed around 7:00 pm, the moment his servant went out raised the alarm, and called for help, he immediately ran and escaped.
The 59-year-old further said that he has spoken to DGP Punjab Police and has also informed SSP Patiala. He said the security lapse will not deter him from raising his voice for Punjab.
Punjab Police registered a case in this matter. According to the reports, the Patiala Senior Superintendent of Police Varun Sharma visited his residence after the complaint and is currently investigating the matter. The CCTV footage of the area is also being scanned, reports state.
Cricketer-turned-politician came out of the Patiala Central Jail on April 1 after serving nearly 10 months in a 1988 road rage case. After his release from jail, he slammed the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government for its law and order in the state.
He said Democracy is in chains. Punjab is the shield of this country. When dictatorship came in this country, a revolution also came, led by Rahul Gandhi.
Sidhu also slammed the Mann government over the pruning of security of slain singer Sidhu Moosewala and also making it public.
Air India Delhi-San Francisco flight suffers tech glitch before take-off, returns to stand
The airline has not given any official statement in this matter.
Air India flight which was en route to San Francisco from Delhi on Monday had to be returned to the stand because of a technical glitch. The San Francisco-bound flight suffered a tech issue before take off.
According to the reports, the aircraft which was carrying over 200 passengers from Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) had to be replaced with another aircraft. Later, the passengers were accommodated in another aircraft.
The airline has not given any official statement in this matter.
Earlier today, another Air India incident occurred where a London-bound flight returned to Delhi’s IGI airport after a mid-air brawl between an unruly passenger and the flight’s cabin crew.
A brawl ensued between a passenger and the crew members shortly after it departed from the airport at around 6:35 am. The onboard ruckus forced the plane to turn around and return to Delhi again where the raucous passenger was deboarded and handed over to the police at the airport.
Air India apologized to the passengers on the affected Delhi-London flight for the delay and inconvenience caused to them due to the incident and assured them that efforts will be made to ensure such incidents do not occur in the future.