Don't forget to use sunscreen on cloudy days! UV rays will go through the clouds.
Don't avoid the sun completely - you may develop a vitamin D deficiency. Spend a little time every day in the sun without sunscreen.
The sun not only causes sunburns but can cause heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
You can get a sunburn in the winter too! Wear sunscreen on your ski trips.
Pay close attention to any medications (including herbal remedies) for many of them have side effects which include sun sensitivity.
While sunburn is linked to melanoma (меланома) (the most deadly form of skin cancer), regular sun exposure that doesn't result in burning may still cause skin damage and increase your risk of other types of skin cancer.
The higher the SPF concentration of sunscreen, the potentially less healthy the product is for you in terms of the chemicals (химические препараты) it contains. If you are worried about the chemicals, either seek sunscreens such as zinc or those containing only non-chemical barriers or reduce your SPF level and rely more on hats, covering up and non-exposure.