When applying sunscreen, don’t forget the soles of your feet. They may not always be in the sun when walking but when swimming or tanning the soles of our feet can be exposed for long periods of time. Just be mindful of the potential risks associated with sun exposure like sunburn and skin damage. Once protected, let your bare feet soak up the natural vitamin D.
Exposing our feet to sunlight can help maintain healthy bones, prevent fungal infections, and boost our mental health. Enjoying some fresh air and sunlight can be a great way to improve your overall sense of well-being.