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When to Wear Sunscreen

When to Wear Sunscreen

Sunburn happens when you're exposed to a lot of UVB rays from the sun. It only occurs in the middle part of the day in the summer.

When the sun's angle is below 35 degrees, you don't have to worry about sunburn because the amount of UVB is insufficient.

A good sunscreen will also protect your skin from UVA rays, responsible for thickening and aging of the skin.


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