Don’t forget your sunscreen!

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  1. Hola crap! That is a horrible burn. Sunscreen, sunscreen, sunscreen all the way.

  2. Sara says:

    the general rule is that you shuold use at least a 30 SPF sunscreen. If you want a really good sunscreen, you shuold look under the ingredients for sunscreens that have zinc oxide, titanium dioxide, or oxybenzone. The sunscreen shuold also protect against UVA and UVB rays. UVB rays cause sunburn and UVA rays penetrate the skin on a deeper level. Both rays can cause cancer. As for the SPF, for a person that would be burned after 10 minutes in the sun unprotected, they would be able to stay in the sun for 250 minutes without being burned if they applied a sunscreen with 25 SPF. The reccomended time between sunscreen applications in 2-3 hours.Hope this helps!

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