A definite plus of sunshine is that it gives you a healthy looking complexion. It will make your skin smooth with an irresistible healthy glow. If you get regular exposure to sunlight, it will help protect your skin in the long run. That is because your body will build up a natural resistance to the harmful effects of ultraviolet light. The ultraviolet rays in sunshine act as a natural antiseptic. These rays can kill viruses, bacteria, molds, yeasts, fungi, and mites in air, water, and on different surfaces including your skin. Getting some sun tends to help clear up different skin diseases such as acne, boils, athletes foot, diaper rash, psoriasis, and eczema. Get a dose of daily sunlight for beautiful, healthy skin. And drink plenty, plenty of water. You wont need the make-up!


Here are some things you can do for beautiful skin:

  1. Drink at least 8 c. of Water Daily
  2. Get at least 10 min of sunlight
  3. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables (no junk food!)
  4. Take a vitamin supplement….. like a  Women’s Vitamin
  5. Exercise at least 3-4 a week.

Stick to your exercise or skin regimen. But always eat fresh fruits and vegetables, they are crucial to you health.



  1. This is totally the world according to Tasmin, but I bet that sunscreen is causing skin cancer, not the sun! Because I’m pretty sure Native Americans, farmers, and every other person that has or had a job that meant spending hours in the sun several decades ago didn’t die from or even get skin cancer. That’s my theory.

  2. I totally agree. People always say, “SUNSCREEN, SUNSCREEN, SUNSCREEN!” But how many of them know the cons about them. The sun is a God-given, natural element…. it cannot do any harm unless… you use it in the wrong way. Like stand outside all day in 105* temperature. The sun is actually good for you…. it really is.

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