It is important that you wear broad-spectrum, SPF 30+ sunscreen on your exposed skin when spending time outside.

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Remember to wear protective clothing when going outside, such as sunglasses, hats, long sleeves. Even if it is cloudy, the sun is still shining and can cause sun damage.

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When the sun is strongest, from 11am-4pm, try to stay out of direct sunlight. Seek shade from umbrellas, trees or just head indoors.

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Applying sunscreen once during the day isn’t enough. It is important to reapply every 2 hours, and each time after swimming, so the UV protection is fresh and effective.

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Once you have followed these sun safety tips you are ready to enjoy the outdoors without stressing about UV damage.

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Sun facts, not always fun facts


You can sunburn even on a cloudy or windy day.
The sun’s rays still affect you even if you don’t feel it.


Sand, bright surfaces and water can reflect UV rays.
Your skin and eyes can get damaged without reddening of the skin.


UV exposure adds up throughout the day.
Everyone will experience accelerated skin aging under the sun.