Slather on Sunscreen-We recommend a sunscreen with at least 50 SPF. In the past, broad-spectrum SPF suncreens made skin look whitish because of the opaque nature of zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, but the more refined, micronized formulations will protect your skin without leaving you with a ghostly appearance. Also, make sure your sunscreen blocks both UVA and UVA rays.

Don’t Forget Your Lips-Use a lip sunscreen with SPF (even if you are using lipstick).

Remember Hair Care-The sun can damage your hair; there are numerous sprays that contain SPF that you can put on your hair after you wash your hair.

Exfoliate from Head to Toe-Exfoliation will help keep your skin looking young.

Moisturize-Elbows, feet and ankles can get very dry, so try moisturizers like CeraVe and Cetaphil to keep your skin soft.

Drink Plenty of Water-The hot sun can dry your skin and make you sweat more, so stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water.