For full coverage, a dollop won't do the trick. Here's how to really protect your skin.
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Nicole Maier: What am I doing, just getting ready to catch sunrays. For maximum protection against the strong summer sun, a dollop of sunscreen isn't going to do the trick. A shot glass worth or about two tablespoons should be enough to cover you from head to toe just or never to save one teaspoons worth for just your face. You don't apply enough sunscreen then your SPF 15 may only be protecting your skin as much as an SPF 6 or 7. Dermatologists recommend using the broad spectrum SPF 30 daily to block harmful UVA rays. The higher SPF also -- Rub on your sunscreen half an hour before heading outdoors and reapply every two hours right after swimming and toweling dry. Check back tomorrow for another 60 second solution, cheers.
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