1. ALWAYS BE PREPARED
A lot of the time people go to the beach and slather on their sunscreen and go about a day without reapplying. Sunscreen loses its effectiveness with or without a dip in the ocean. A good thumb rule is to apply a nickel-size amount to your face and two tablespoons to your body. Sunscreen should be reapplied at least every two hours.
2. TAKE YOUR VITAMINS
A sunburn is an inflammatory process, UV light inflames the skin and the overexposure leads to sun=aging, wrinkled, thinned blotchy skin. Your vitamins will help lessen reddening and stop the inflaming.
3. BE READY RAIN OR SHINE
Wear your sunscreen on cloudy days. The UV rays can push their way through clouds actually come out even stronger. Even if you are sitting next to a window, the rays can keep com in gin and get your.
4. DRESS TO BURN LESS
Wear light colors. Dark or bright colors attract and hold heat from the sun. Thinner materials may feel great on hot days, but the bigger the weave on the fabric the better the sun rays can get through. Wear hats, long sleeve lightweight shirts and loose-fitting pants.
5. MIND YOUR LIPS
Lips are really easy to burn, because they don't have melanin, which helps protect your skin from UV rays. Ue a lip moisturizer with an SPF of 20 or higher. This will give you summer soft lips.
6. SHADES THAT PROTECT
Stylish sunglasses my look good now, but they don't protect your eyes from the sun. Not wearing proper sunglasses coverage can burn your eyeballs and cause wrinkles around your eyes and hurt your vision.