Check your medications: Some medications can make your skin more sensitive to the sun and increase your risk of sunburn. If you are taking any medications, be sure to check with your doctor or pharmacist to see if they can affect your skin’s sensitivity to the sun.

Be aware of your surroundings: It’s not just the sun that can damage your skin. Pollution, smoke, and other environmental factors can also harm your skin. Be aware of your surroundings and try to limit your exposure to these factors as much as possible.

Keep your skin hydrated: In addition to using a moisturizer, be sure to drink plenty of water to help keep your skin hydrated from the inside out.

Don’t forget to protect your scalp: Your scalp is just as prone to sunburn as the rest of your skin, so be sure to use a scalp sunscreen or wear a hat when you are out in the sun.

Use self-tanning products with caution: If you prefer a tan look, opt for self-tanning products rather than baking in the sun or using a tanning bed. Be sure to follow the instructions carefully and use a good quality product to avoid streaking or an uneven tan.

By following these tips and using the right body and sun products, you can help protect your skin from the sun’s harmful rays and keep it looking healthy and radiant.