5 Sun Precautions to Remember This Summer

It’s finally summer, which means it is time to enjoy some outdoor fun. Just be sure to protect your skin while you are outside! We understand that it can be hard to remember the sunscreen. However, taking a few simple sun precautions can protect you from skin cancer. It is also a great way to maintain your overall health. Discover 5 of our favorite sun precautions below.

1- Don’t Skip The SPF

Okay, we know this tip sounds obvious. But it is the best way to protect yourself from the sun! Always wear a high-quality sunscreen when going outside. Also, be sure to re-apply so you stay protected all day long.

2- Avoid Peak Hours

The sun is brightest from about 10 am to 4 pm. It is best to limit your sun exposure during these hours. Of course, wear SPF and protective gear if you are outside during these peak sunlight times.

3- Wear Protective Gear

Covering your skin is a simple way to limit your sun exposure. Afraid of getting hot? Don’t worry! Many companies now make tops, pants, and rash guards that are all made of breathable protective material. This will keep you both protected and also cool.

4- Don’t Forget Your Sunglasses

We all know that the sun can damage our skin. But did you know that the sun can also damage your eyes? Always wear sunglasses when exposed to bright sunlight. These will protect your sensitive eyes from damaging UV rays.

5- Treat Sunburns Quickly

If you get sunburned, then treat the injury quickly. Sunburns can be painful and can also damage your skin. Apply aloe vera gel and avoid sun exposure until your burn heals.

Don’t Forget Your Skin Exam

Skin cancer can happen to anyone- even those who take sun precautions. Getting regular skin exams from a doctor is the best way to catch this disease early. Early detection is also key for a full recovery. Contact Emergency Hospital Systems to schedule a skin exam or biopsy today.

 

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