A set of guidelines on sunscreens pictures

    

Sunscreen is important, especially during the summer months, because of the harmful effects of the UV rays on our skin. These rays could lead lead to skin cancer later in life, and we have all experienced the pain and hassle of a sunburn. On top of that, sitting unprotected in the sun can lead to signs of premature aging, such as wrinkles, age spots, and sagging skin. SPF is something to consider when buying sunscreen. The basic information on these ratings is that SPF 15 filters 93% of UVB rays, SPF 30 shuts out 97%, and SPF 50 shields 98%. However, make sure that any sunscreen you buy protects from both UVA and UVB rays. If you are one that enjoys the sun, there are some ways to protect yourself. Try to stay in the shade, especially during the hours between 10am and 4pm, when the sun is at its highest temperature. When you are in the sun, make sure you apply sunscreen half an hour before you go out, and then reapply every two hours, or more often if you are swimming or sweating excessively. Newborns should not be in the sun at all, and older children should have sunscreen on them at all times when they are in the sun. When you do use sunscreen, make sure it is a broad spectrum product, protecting from both UVA and UVB rays, water resistant, and SPF 30 or higher. You can get that perfect tan that you want, enjoy the sun, and still protect your skin from the harmful rays that the sun emits. Anytime you are in the sun, make sure you protect yourself with a good and broad spectrum sunscreen.






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