Just Protect Yourself As Much As Possible.
Limit Your Time In The Sun:
Keep out of the sun and heat between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m
Check The UV Index:
When the UV index is 3 or higher, wear protective clothing, sunglasses, and sunscreen, even when it’s cloudy. When your shadow is shorter than you, the sun is very strong.
Wear light coloured, breathable fabric clothes.
Apply a sunscreen labelled “broad spectrum” and “water resistant” at least 15 to 30 minutes before you even step into the sun. Whether you’re lying by the pool or mowing the lawn, you’ll probably be exposed to sweat or water, the natural enemies of sunscreen. To be safe, reapply after you swim or sweat. The most commonly missed spots are the temples, ears, back of the neck and top of the feet.
Drink plenty of cool liquids (especially water) before you feel thirsty. Dehydration (not having enough fluids in your body) is dangerous, and thirst is not a good indicator of dehydration. How much water?
Summer is short, so make the most of it by getting out and enjoying yourself.