4 Spots You're Missing When Applying Sunscreen

Applying sunscreen is crucial in any skincare routine, especially for preventing premature aging and skin cancer. However, even the most diligent among us can forget to apply sunscreen to some less obvious spots that are equally susceptible to sun damage. Here are four key spots you should never forget to cover with sunscreen to protect yourself from harmful UV rays. (1) Ears. People often overlook their ears when applying sunscreen. Whether you have short hair or wear your hair up, your ears are exposed and vulnerable to the sun's rays. (2) Eyelids. A common area that gets missed is the eyelids, which are particularly sensitive to sun exposure. Opt for sunscreens specifically designed for sensitive skin areas to prevent irritation. (3) Back of the neck. This area can be easily shielded using a sunscreen stick or spray from professional skincare brands, making reapplication easier throughout the day. (4) Tops of the feet. When wearing sandals or flip-flops, the tops of your feet are exposed to direct sunlight. Before stepping out, apply sunscreen to protect against burns and skin damage. Additional Tips Always choose broad-spectrum sunscreen to protect against UVA and UVB rays. Reapply every 2 hours or after swimming or sweating. Carry a travel-sized SPF in your bag for easier touch-ups.

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