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The products aren't interchangeable, according to new U.K. research.
Some ingredients boost SPF but don't offer more protection.
Make it a game!
Skip the spray.
Like forgetting key body parts!
While complete sun abstinence is unlikely for most of us, sun "awareness" and proper sunscreen use are the most important things you can do to prevent sunburns and reduce your risk of skin cancer. There is growing evidence that the foods you consume may influence risk and offer some protection.