Protect yourself against skin cancer
When Little Orphan Annie sang "The Sun'll Come Out Tomorrow,"
she, of course, didn't intend it to be a stern warning to her fellow
orphans and Daddy Warbucks to put on their sunscreen – but it
should've been. After all, more than 90 percent of all skin cancers
are caused by sun exposure.1 You should be familiar with the
dangers of the sun or the warning signs of skin cancer. It could
save your life.
Fun in the sun starts with SPF 15!
All skin types need protection.
It's okay to go out in the sun, but cover up when you do. The sun reflects off of water, sand, cement and grass; and regular, heavy exposure can damage every skin type.