You gotta be joking. Sunbathing makes the skin a lot older than it really is.
sunbathing itself can make your skin alot older than it really is but not really when it's combined with the sea breeze, sea salt, water and sweat dermotologically speaking. However Glenn to a certain degree is very correct. In order to achieve great complexion though, more has gotta be done and must be done within 2-5 hours after drowning urself in the sun, and that is WASH. Everytime after you sunbath and dip yourself into the sea you need to go home and wash urself thoroughly with neutralizing PH soaps or possibly even moisturizing soaps. Use face scrub also to wash off all dead skin as the sun may have damaged a large amount of skin cells causing it to make u look old and wrinkled. After the shower use cold water to close off the pores and then apply toner(bonus) and moisturizers. I study in hair, beauty, fashion and arts institute currently, and the product we use for beauty practical classes are the cosmetic brand named Thalgo, which is a product made from marine Algae (highly recommended). Go to the website to check it out. If you reckon the price though is too high, then I would recommend you to use Mineral treatment such as Dead Sea Products as the minerals really really help and I have found it to be the best through experiments on friends and relatives.
Do not trust rubbish such as l'oreal or possibly as a rule of thumb any brand that advertise themselves on the TV intensively. Go confirm urself with a beautician who is dermatologically trained to ask for a product. If they ask you for money just for that then just say **** you and go to another.