One of the practical reasons to get your car windows tinted is the protection it provides against the harmful UV rays from the sun. For most car owners, this is just a simple benefit that they get from installing car tints. But for people who are really keen on taking care of their body, specifically of their skin – this benefit of car tinting is something they wouldn’t mind spending more if it means fewer skin wrinkles.
To better understand how car tints can help prevent wrinkles, here are the key takeaways from the infographic below from Global Tint which discuss how car tinting can filter out harmful UV rays and help you achieve a better, younger looking skin.
- One of the reasons why people age much faster than others is because of the direct sunlight. Constant exposure to UV rays can also lead to serious skin disease and even skin cancer. However, many people don’t know that aside from walking in the streets under the scorching sun, even riding a car can also expose them to these harmful elements especially if the car is not tinted at all.
- While coats and sunscreens can shield you from UV rays, the extreme temperature inside the car, especially during the summer will only want you to remove any clothes blocking cool air from your body. Car tinting not only filters out 80% UV rays from the sun, but also keep the temperature inside much cooler, so your vehicle’s air conditioning unit can run more efficiently.
- Aside from keeping you cool, car window tints also shield your eyes from excessive glare from the outside. This allows you to avoid from excessive squinting your eyes, a habit which in the long run can contribute to fine lines around your eyes and forehead.
- Overall, car tinting, aside from the aesthetic value it adds on your car, also serves as your shield from the sun rays, thus the chance of you having premature skin aging, photodermatoses, and Actinic keratosis is reduced.
To learn more, check out the infographic below.
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