How can I limit my risk of skin cancer?
Check your skin regularly. If in any doubt about any changes in a mole, seek expert help.
Avoid sunburn of your skin. Use a sunscreen of at least SPF30, with UVA protection too.
Use twice as much sunscreen as you think you need – most people apply it far too thinly. Make sure you reapply every hour or so, especially if sweating or after swimming.
Stay out of the sun between 11am and 3pm.
Keep babies and children out of the sun. Use UV protective suits and hats with brims and keep them in the shade where possible.
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