When should you apply sunscreen before going out in the sun?
1 hour before
At least 15 minutes before
15 minutes after so you can get a base tan
How much sunscreen should you apply to your arms, legs and face?
A thin layer over all exposed skin
A pea drop
A shot-glass full
People with darker skin can’t get sunburns.
Melanomas occur only on sun-exposed skin.
How often should you reapply sunscreen?
Every 2 hours
After getting wet or sweaty
All of the above
Not all sunscreens protect skin against the sun’s UVA rays.
What’s the best way to protect your skin if you have to be outside on a sunny day?
Wear a wide-brimmed hat
Wear a light, long-sleeved shirt
Avoid going outside when the sun’s rays are strongest -- between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
You need to apply sunscreen even on a cloudy day.
If I wear SPF 100, I can stay out in the sun as long as I want.
If you had a few bad sunburns as a child, your lifetime chances of developing skin cancer increase.