Sunscreen comes with different SPF protection. So which one should you choose? The lower the SPF, the less time you can spend in the sun without getting burned. Don’t forget to apply 15-30 minutes before going outside, and reapply every two hours.
Applying body sunscreen to the may clog pores and cause your skin to break out. The face is one of the most exposed parts of the body, so be sure to take extra care of it with a separate face lotion.
Don’t forget to protect your lips! These lip balms have SPF and help prevent them from becoming blistered or chapped.
After Sun Care
The skin needs a little extra moisture after a day in the sun, regardless of you burned or not. If you were lucky and didn't get sunburned, you should still use a soothing and moisturizing lotion. And if you did get burned, aloe vera is great for cooling down the skin and repairing any damage caused by the sun.