As the weather begins to warm up, and the summer months don’t seem as far away, it is important to develop an effective strategy for protecting your skin. While the warm rays feel divine, the truth about sun exposure is that it can wreak havoc on our skin. Sun damage leads to premature aging of the skin, wrinkles, age spots, dry skin, and even skin cancer over time. Follow these tips, tools, and rules in order to protect your skin while soaking up the sun.
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