You may have heard that summer is a good time to wear sunscreen.
But if you’ve never been outdoors, don’t be alarmed.
The sunscreen industry has been pushing to convince you to wear sunscreens in the months of August, September, and October to stay protected.
But the science says it’s a bad idea.
I know this because I’ve been doing research on sunscreen use in the weeks before I get to the beach.
If you’ve been around the beach for a while, you may have noticed a new trend.
People wear sunscreen everywhere.
That’s partly because it’s easy to do and partly because there are no restrictions.
The sun protects us from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays, and the water, which is a bit cooler, provides us with UV protection from the UVA rays.
But there are also plenty of other reasons to wear a sunscreen in your bikini.
Here are some of the other reasons you should avoid wearing sunscreen in August: It’s not worth the effort Sunscreens have the potential to cause sunburn.
They’re often made from a material called an SPF, or sun protection factor.
SPF is a measure of how much sunscreen your skin absorbs, and it’s calculated by taking into account a number of factors, including whether the sunscreen is worn in a swimsuit, the weather, and other factors.
According to the American Cancer Society, about 90 percent of the time, the sun will protect the skin, and that’s a good thing.
But a lot of times, when people wear sunscreen, it’s not even effective.
A study conducted in Japan in 2013 found that a 10 percent SPF could reduce skin irritation by 40 percent.
Another study in 2016 found that even though sunscreen contains zinc oxide, it can reduce UV damage.
So, the good news is that there are some things that can reduce the chance of damaging your skin, like wearing a sunscreen with a UV filter.
Sunscreens contain zinc oxide as well.
But that means the zinc oxide can be absorbed into your skin.
That means you’re not getting enough protection.
Also, there’s no real evidence that zinc oxide will reduce the amount of damage from UV rays.
You might think that since there are only a few hundred sunscreen ingredients in the U.S. market, it would be possible to make a sunscreen without zinc oxide.
But this isn’t the case.
The European Union, for example, only requires the addition of one percent zinc oxide in the sunscreen ingredients.
So while it’s true that zinc is added to some sunscreen, in practice, it rarely happens.
It can be added to certain types of sunscreen, like mineral sunscents, to help prevent sunburn, and to increase the protection from UV light.
But it’s far more difficult to find sunscreen without the added zinc oxide than with it.
A sunscreen with zinc oxide is a little bit less effective in sun protection than a sunscreen that doesn’t have it.
If you don’t have a filter, the UV protection you get from the sunscreen won’t last as long.
It may also have a tendency to cause irritation and redness in your skin when you apply it.
When you wear sunscreen regularly, it may even irritate your skin and make you feel more vulnerable.
That may not be true if you’re trying to avoid the sun, but it’s still a concern, especially when it comes to the skin that’s exposed to the sun.
The more sunscreen you use, the more you’re going to be exposed to UV radiation.
In short, sunscreen can cause you more harm than good.
If your sunscreen is too strong, the sunscreen will also act as a sunscreen filter, and this can cause more irritation.
You’ll also want to keep your sunscreen on during the summer months, when there’s less UV protection, and wear sunscreen when you can.