3 common misconceptions about sunscreen.
1) I don’t need sunscreen when it’s cool outside. This is absolutely wrong. May is the month I see the most sunburns, and the reason is because you don’t think about sunscreen if it’s not hot.
2) I don’t need sunscreen if I’m in the shade. Actually, you are still getting about 90% of the normal UV rays.
3) I applied my sunscreen before I left home, so I’m good for the afternoon. If you’re sweating or in the water, sunscreen is gone in 60 to 90 minutes.
For more good sunscreen advice, talk to your dermatologist.