With Fourth of July on the
There are thousands of different types of sunscreens, UV shirts and hats that claim to be the best for those who proudly proclaim pale status. Being pale and avoiding the burn during the hot days of June is an art form. If you are a little short on the melanin you too can be a day-walker without the fear of going up in flames.
It is important to protect yourself from excessive sun exposure because research shows that it can lead to skin cancer. Those who have had skin cancer before, burn easily, or have moles are most at risk. To make matters worse, UV radiation is three times stronger in the summer than in the winter.
There is one must have during this UV peaked season: sunblock. Without
UV index of one? Have fun in sun.
UV index of 11? Goodness, stay inside.
If you do not have your phone handy another tip is if you are out in midday sun (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.) look to your shadow. If your shadow
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It is known fact that if any part of a fair-skinned body is exposed to the sun for too long, it will burn. It is important to protect everything. It is important to use a sunblock that has
From one pale person to others, during this time of the
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