Skin Health
Sun and Light Skintelligence: Protection Best Practices
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BESIDES A GOOD SUNSCREEN WHAT ELSE SHOULD I DO TO PROTECT MYSELF THIS SUMMER?

SKIN SHORT: Cover up.

MORE SKINFO: According to the American Academy of Dermatology, it’s best to avoid the sun completely (especially for children and the photosensitive) but especially from 10AM to 4PM; use protective clothing like hats and longer sleeves; and when outdoors, reapply your sunscreen every hour or two, and after water immersion or toweling off.

If you tend to get hyperpigmentations (dark spots and blotches), remember to wear a sun + light screen like Armada that’s tested for outdoor and indoor lights, every day.

Click here for more on sun and light protection.