"Two of the biggest mistakes I see from my patients are not wearing a high enough SPF, and not reapplying it," Dr. Hale told Newsweek.
While visible blue light from screens cannot cause cancers, it could be having a negative impact on skin health.
"Just because it is an LED lamp does not make it safe," Candice Quinn, founder of UV protective product Manisafe London, told Newsweek.
Some elephants have made their home in this African desert—probably the toughest place on Earth to survive for these animals.
It should be as much of a routine as brushing your teeth, board-certified dermatologist Chris Adigun told Newsweek.
"The most important thing is choosing a sunscreen that is labeled broad-spectrum," said The Skin Cancer Foundation dermatologist Ramzi Saad, MD.
A poll of 2,000 dog owners found 51 percent are planning to take their pet on a summer staycation this year, but many were unaware that dogs need to wear sunscreen.
"Holy s**t! Looks like you dropped a blowtorch on your legs," one user commented about the image of the side effects.
"Dude got perfect grill marks." One man ended up resembling a "grilled panini" and a "tiger" after his wife's sunscreen application fail.
"You just saved my family from major burns," one viewer wrote. "Day 2 of vacay and just reached over to the beach bag and they're all expired."
"I've heard of nuclear waste sites that are less toxic than this," a Redditor commented on the situation.
The levels of benzene found in the recalled lots is not expected to cause any "adverse health consequences," even if exposed to the products daily, Coppertone said.
The recall was issued after low levels of benzene, a chemical that can cause cancer, were detected in samples of sunscreen products from Neutrogena and Aveeno.
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Use the internet for food recipes, not for products to protect the skin, an expert has warned.
The bottles appear to be craftily devised flasks.
Most people apply sunscreen in a layer so thin it provides only 40 percent of its purported SPF rating.
Externally applied sunscreen lotion is the only pharmaceutical product that can protect against UV rays.
The Environmental Working Group rates sunscreens every year and breaks down which are best for consumers.
Many products available in other countries filter UVA and UVB light while avoiding the dreaded "lifeguard face."
The sun is out, which means it's time to slather on the SPF.
It's possible the chemical could be ingested by humans to protect them from the sun.