Wearing sunscreen in winter? Really?

Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean the sun can’t cook your skin, hints a new study of ultraviolet (UV) radiation and people’s behavior at mountain ski resorts. The researchers found that while UV levels can be just as high atop a snowy mountain as on a sandy beach in mid-summer, skiers and snowboarders don’t always protect their skin accordingly. Read the article /skiers-beach-goers-face-similar-sun-dangers / THE MOST IMPORTANT POINT THEY DID NOT STATE IN THIS ARTICLE IS THAT WEARING A MINERAL SUNSCREEN IS THE BEST SUN PROTECTION – IT DOES NOT BREAK DOWN IN THE PRESENCE OF UV!

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