The exposure of the skin to ultraviolet radiation, both solar and artificial (tanning salons) should be limited. If you can not resist the temptation to tan, then do it wisely. Never sunbathe from 10 to 15 hours. This is the most dangerous time when the sun is most active and the probability of getting burns quickly is highest. At this time, sunscreens are also ineffective. They protect the skin from burns but do not reduce the risk of developing melanoma and skin cancer. Try to be in the sun without protective equipment for no more than 30-40 minutes. The most reliable and easiest way to protect is our clothes, hats that protect the skin of the face, and scarves that cover the neck. In this case, preference should be given to cotton and non-fitting clothing. If you like to relax in hot exotic countries, take a trip in the fall. To avoid sunburn, do not leave children unattended on the beach. Do not take young children to countries with high levels of ultraviolet radiation (Spain, Cuba, Turkey, Egypt, Tunisia, etc.). WART REMOVAL A wart is a benign lesion of a viral nature. The cause of the disease is human infection with the human papillomavirus (HPV), which stimulates the growth of the surface layers of the skin. Almost all adults have this virus, but the diseases caused by it begin only under certain conditions: with a decrease in immunity, including the protective properties of the skin and mucous membranes, as well as in the presence of minor skin injuries. Get rid of moles skin Many treatment methods are known: chemo-destruction, cryotherapy, electrocoagulation, surgical excision of warts, drug treatment, immunotherapy, and laser removal. Using a laser, the wart is removed layer by layer under local anesthesia. At the site of the removed wart, the wound remains in the form of a small depression, which disappears after 1-2 weeks. If the wart is large (from 1 cm or more), then the healing time of the wound increases. Laser wart treatment is by far the most modern and effective treatment among all known. But, unfortunately, at the present time, there is not a single method for removing warts that would completely guarantee that they do not appear again. The fact is, removing the formation on the skin, only the external manifestations of the virus are removed, and the virus itself remains in the body. Therefore, at any time, warts may appear again. To prevent this from happening, you need to increase general immunity, activate the body's defenses. With common lesions, along with removal, simultaneous drug treatment and immunotherapy are definitely recommended. Since the wart is viral in nature, the appearance of a new wart in the same place within two months after its laser removal is a relapse. When a patient contacts this period, treatment is free. If the wart grew there after three months or six months, or, regardless of the timing, arose nearby, this condition does not apply to relapse.