How to Protect Your Scalp

How to Protect Your Scalp

All the experts agreed that hats that fully cover our scalps offer great protection.

Wearing a hat every day is ideal, but if you’re not spending much time outside, you can opt for a protective hairstyle. Try slicked back ponytails and buns to avoid parts.

According to Dr. Rossi, if you do go for a parted style, make sure that you’re applying sunscreen to your part line. Look for a water-resistant formula with at least SPF 30 protection. Apply it throughout the day and immediately after swimming. Don’t forget to apply sunscreen to your ears and the back of your neck. If there’s one thing we learned, it’s that we need sun protection on all areas.

All the experts agreed that hats that fully cover our scalps offer great protection.

Wearing a hat every day is ideal, but if you’re not spending much time outside, you can opt for a protective hairstyle. Try slicked back ponytails and buns to avoid parts.

According to Dr. Rossi, if you do go for a parted style, make sure that you’re applying sunscreen to your part line. Look for a water-resistant formula with at least SPF 30 protection. Apply it throughout the day and immediately after swimming. Don’t forget to apply sunscreen to your ears and the back of your neck. If there’s one thing we learned, it’s that we need sun protection on all areas.

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As sunrise and sunset are calculated from the leading and trailing edges of the Sun, and not the center, the duration of a day time is slightly longer than night time. Further, because the light from the Sun is refracted as it passes through the Earth’s atmosphere.

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