3. UV Protection for Youth and Health

UV-A and UV-B rays from the sun can damage your skin. Even if the effects are not immediately noticeable, the underlying damage will show eventually. Excessive sun exposure can increase your risk of skin cancer too. Regular use of sunscreen is a good habit to start in your youth, but it is never too late to protect your skin. Choose a moisturizer with a mild SPF built-in, and use it daily. The sun's UV-rays can do damage even on dull, cold days so using UV protection regularly will help keep your skin looking youthful.

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