With the sun setting behind us and the heat of summer easing off, it’s time to get some sun protection and the best way to do so is with sunscreen.
Sunscreen is the most important thing you can take to help prevent and treat sunburn, according to experts.
The most effective way to prevent and reduce sunburn is by wearing sunscreen at least 2 hours a day, according a new study published in the British Journal of Dermatology.
Researchers from the University of Southampton and the University College London analyzed data from more than 10,000 people who were randomly assigned to receive a sun protection regimen of 10 minutes daily or a 10-minute sunscreen use regime.
The researchers found that the optimal duration of sun exposure was between 10 and 15 minutes.
They also found that people who took longer sun exposure had a reduced risk of developing sunburn and that this reduction was greatest for the first 15 minutes of exposure.
People who took 10 minutes of sun protection also had a lower risk of having dry eyes and a lower chance of getting sunburn compared to people who only took a 10 minute sun exposure.
However, this study doesn’t answer the question of whether sunburn should be prevented or treated with sunscreen or whether there is a specific sunscreen regimen for sunburn.
Instead, the researchers found they found that both treatments could help prevent or treat sun damage.
Sunscreen should be taken at least every 2 hours, and sun protection should be maintained at least 8 hours a week, the scientists said.
Sun protection can also help protect the skin against the damaging effects of UVB rays.
Sunscreens that contain zinc oxide are commonly used as sunscreens, but there are other ways to protect the eye, according the researchers.
The researchers also recommended that people wear a sunscreen when going out in public and at night.
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