On the flip side, it’s worth noting that, even in the summer, the sun can cause sunburn and that sunscreens aren’t always the best choice for a long-term tan.
If you’re looking to protect yourself from the sun’s rays, sunscreen is the way to go.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 30 million people in the U,S.
die each year from sunburn.
In the U., about 1.5 million die from skin cancer each year, according to the National Cancer Institute.
Sunscreen is an essential part of your everyday life.
But sunscreen is not the only way to stay protected from the harsh elements of the sun.
Here are some other tips for staying protected:Avoid swimming in water in the sun Avoid sunbathing, swimming, and outdoor activities during the sunburn season and in the spring when you have a higher risk of developing sunburnIf you’re going to spend a lot of time outdoors, it may be best to wear a protective jacket that covers you from the neck down.
Also, make sure you wear a hat and sunglasses in the early morning or evening hours.
Wear a hat when it is cooler and in more shade.
If possible, wear a sunglasses when you can see the sun, but keep them on if it is cloudy.
You may also want to wear sunglasses during the day, when it’s cooler and when you will have the least amount of sun exposure.
It’s best to use sunscreen at the beginning of the day if you’re outdoors.