Sun damage can occur at any time of the year, not just summer where the heat of the sun is at its peak. Skin cancer and skin aging is just a couple of skin problems that are often related to sun damaged skin caused by UVA rays.
While most people won’t leave home without applying sunscreen lotions and creams during the hot, summer days, not everyone knows that you can still get sun damaged skin even during winter.
Yep, you read it right. No matter how low the temperature has dropped, the harmful ray of the sun is just as lethal during the cold winter days.
Here are 3 simple tips to keep your skin free from sun damage during winter.