I tell everyone I know that they should be wearing sunscreen every day.
That’s right… every day.
As we look forward to autumn it may be easy to forget that we’re still very much in the midst of summer, and that the sun’s rays are strong. It’s important that we remember this for two reasons:
1) Sun damage causes skin cancer. (Over 65 percent of all melanoma cancer comes from UV exposure from the sun. – Skin Cancer Foundation)
2) Sun damage causes wrinkles. (You may not care about this one now… but ladies, no one wants to have a face like a leather couch when they’re only 35.)
It’s easier than you think to be protected. Just wear sunscreen! Personally, I use an SPF moisturizer with UVA and UVB protection every day (even in the winter)! When putting on sunscreen becomes part of your daily beauty routine it’s that much easier to keep yourself safe.