20 Lies about Sunscreen to Dispel Right Now-SliderPhoto


8. I don’t burn, I just tan, so I don’t need sunscreen.
Just because you weren’t being burned doesn’t mean that your skin wasn’t being injured. Skin cancer and other sun-related damage to skin is caused by effects that accumulate over many years. It’s good that you don’t get burned but, you still need sunscreen.

9. I don’t need sunscreen while driving.
You still should apply a sunscreen of at least SPF 30 while driving, particularly if driving during peak sun hours. Car windows, even though tinted, do not completely block UV radiation.