2. Approximately 9,500 people in the US are diagnosed with skin cancer every day, and exposure to natural (and artificial) UV light is a risk factor for all types of skin cancer, including melanoma. Thank you, sun. 😒
3.So preventing those UV rays from harming your skin cells is vital, which is where our good friend sunscreen comes into play.
4.Sunscreen comes in different forms, with spray-ons becoming increasingly popular. But the problem with spray-on sunblock is that most people think it's a hands-free option when it's quite the opposite.
5. Once it's sprayed on, YOU NEED TO RUB THAT SHIT IN.
12. And if getting stripes and potentially cancer isn't enough to scare you, just know that according to Yale Medicine, "Ultraviolet radiation causes DNA changes in the skin that can lead to premature aging." But you probably already knew that.