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You probably have known how important sun protection is to prevent skin cancer. Enjoy your time outdoor if you follow our tips here:

* Don’t be afraid of wasting sunscreen; apply it to allover your exposed skin.
* Choose a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15 and broad- spectrum. Reapply every two hours during daytime, even on cloudy days, and after swimming or perspiring.
* Better wear protective clothing e.g. a long-sleeved shirt, pants, a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses to cover as much skin as possible for those have a higher risk of developing skin cancer.
* Seek shade between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., cause the sun’s rays are strongest during that period of the day.
* Use higher SPF protections when on activities on water, snow, and sand since these situations reflect the damaging rays of the sun to your skin.

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Thanks denny.

That's really good and very helpful tips.
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* apply banana massage for 15mins after that wash ur face it gives glow.
*Castor oil is very beneficial for wrinkles.
*A face mask of egg white and honey gently removes the tan from your face.
*Take same amount of rose water,lemon juice & honey,mix all the three and apply it for 15 minutes,then wash with cold water.it not give glow but also moisturize your skin.
Good Luck!
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Thanks for sharing this informative information. I have got lot of information. Please keep sharing more and more information.
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You can avoid unnecessary sun exposure in between afternoon time.
 
You will make sure to apply sunscreen with an higher and make sure to apply it at least 15 minutes before going outdoors.
 
Daily apply sunscreen lotion even if you are wearing make-up with sun protection.
 
Always wear wraparound sunglasses with 100 percent Ultra violet protection. Try to stay away from mirrored sunglasses because they intensify the sun ultra violet rays which can ultimately damage your eyes.
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Hello everyone,

Apply Sunscreens

Apply a sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) rating of over 30 thoroughly on exposed areas of the body before going out. Reapply sunscreen every few hours, especially for those who sweat a lot, play sport or swim.

Be Aware of Reflections
Be aware of reflections of water, snow, glass, sand, cement and any reflective surfaces as these may increase exposure to ultraviolet lights significantly.

Move Around
Those who have to be out in the sun should try to move around as much as they can. A person who runs around on the beach all day is likely to develop an overall tan while another who prefers lying down under the hot sun will get badly burnt on one side of the body in a very short period of time.
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