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Protect your skin from the sun to help prevent skin cancer, sunspots, and wrinkles.
Step 1: Avoid sun exposure
Avoid midday sun exposure from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., when the sun's rays are the strongest.
Step 2: Wear a hat
Wear a hat that keeps your scalp, neck, and ears sheltered from the sun.
Step 3: Wear sunglasses
Wear sunglasses with UV ray protection.
Step 4: Stay covered
Stay covered with long-sleeved shirts and long pants. Avoid sheer fabrics.
Step 5: Wear sunscreen
Wear sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30. Use a higher SPF if you have a fair complexion.
Apply sunscreen 30 minutes before going in the sun and reapply every two to three hours when swimming or sweating.
Step 6: Apply lip balm
Wear lip balm with a minimum SPF 30.
Step 7: Take a break
Take frequent breaks from the sun and sit in the shade or go indoors.
Step 8: Avoid tanning beds
Avoid tanning beds, which increase your chances of developing skin cancer.
Did You Know?
In the United States, one in five people will develop skin cancer – the most common form of cancer.
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