Frequently asked questions

How often should I wear sunscreen?

Daily use of sun protection can significantly reduce the potential health risks associated with exposure to UV rays and can help prevent long-term damage.

UVB rays are the burning rays and are stronger during the summer months. The UVA rays that cause long-term damage to the skin are prevalent year-round.

Be aware of incidental sun exposure. This occurs during such routine activities as walking the dog or standing outside chatting with a neighbour.

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