Skincare experts share these 8 important facts about sunscreen.
Sunscreen that offers protection from UVA and UVB rays is your best choice.
A sunscreen with SPF 30 can protect you from 97% of harmful sun rays.
Experts suggest a teaspoon of sunscreen is required to cover your face and neck.
Using sunscreen that has expired will not be effective.
They can be water resistant for a particular period of time.
80% of UV rays still reach the skin on cloudy days.
For infants younger than 6 months, sunscreen is best avoided.