NOW is The Time To Start Slappin' on The Sunscreen

Are you ready to get used to the sun again and protect your skin?

The cool breeze of the spring air can make it easy to forget that the sun's rays are just as harmful to our skin as they are during the heat of summer. Doctor Amy Kassouf [[ kass-OOF ]] with the Cleveland Clinic says our skin doesn't have any protection built up because it likely hasn't been exposed to the elements of the sun during winter months. She notes a little bit of color does provide some natural protection even though it is damaging to the skin. Doctor Kassouf says it's best to get a little at a time and to make sure you're wearing a broad spectrum sunscreen, which covers both UVA and UVB rays.Source: MetroSource

A woman applies sun cream on her body on the beach of Scheveningen, on July 21, 2010. About 250 sunbathers on a few square meters were appied sun cream at the same time on their body, to set a new Guiness Book Record. AFP PHOTO / ANP / KOEN SUYK netherlan

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