How can I protect my skin from the sun?

1. Stick to the shade when the sun is strongest – typically between 10 a.m, and 4 p.m.

2. If you can’t avoid the rays, cover up. Smear your exposed skin evenly with sunblock and reapply every two hours.

3. If you don’t like applying sticky sunscreen, wear UV-blocking clothing instead.

4. Just because it’s cloudy out doesn’t mean you’re in the clear. Clouds don’t block UV rays.

5. Take extra precautions in regions closer to the Equator, where the sun is much stronger, or around reflective terrain such as snow, sand, or water.


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