You're Probably Putting On Your Sunscreen Wrong!

Click here to see UV photos of where people put sunscreen on during a typical application

They found that people fail to put sun cream on a tenth of their face – despite it being the most common area for skin cancer.

You'll see that people often missed the bridge of their nose, and their eyelids.  

Experts said people should take extra precautions, such as wearing sunglasses. Perhaps the most important thing to take away from this research is the importance of sunglasses.

People should 'go back to basics', including thoroughly applying and reapplying sun cream with a minimum of factor 30 and good UVA protection, and should also spend time in the shade when the sun is at its hottest between 11am and 3pm, they warn.  

UNITED STATES - AUGUST 23:  Darly Ortega of New York, left, applies sunscreen on the face of her son Sabatian Ortega, 8, upon arriving to the beach in Hollywood, Florida, Thursday, Aug. 23, 2007. Sun lotions should carry new ratings letting consumers comp


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