SUN CARE TIPS
Remember to Reapply: Sunscreen should be reapplied every two hours for maximum protection.
Get Hands On: Spray sunscreen into your hand first before spreading on your skin. That way you know you’re covered.
A Little Goes a Long Way: When applying sunscreen, use a golf ball-sized amount (about 1 oz.) and put it on 15 minutes prior to going into the sun.
Use Sunscreen Rain or Shine: The sun’s UV rays can pass through clouds. Protect yourself and apply sunscreen with an SPF of 15+ every day, rain or shine.
Sunscreen Doesn’t Have a Season: Sunscreen should be worn all year long—even in the winter as snow can reflect harmful UV rays.
Hats Only Cover So Much: Sunscreen should be worn daily, along with hats and sunglasses, for total protection.
Look Pretty Smart: Makeup and face lotion with SPF are great, but alone they’re simply not enough to protect against powerful UV rays. If you’re going to be spending time in the sun,
be safe and layer up with sunscreen.
Be Careful with Baby: Babies under 6 months should be kept in the shade or sheltered under canopies as opposed to wearing sunscreen. If you’re concerned, consult your doctor before
using any product.
Don’t Overlook Your Ears: It’s not just the ears—spots around the eyes, lips and nose are often overlooked too. Just make sure to spray sunscreen into your hand before applying to your face.
Joy Ride Worry-free: Avoid that terrible trucker’s arm by applying sunscreen before long car rides. Then reapply every two hours (or every pit stop).