Friday, 26 June 2015

Sun Smart

Today is really hot. It’s summer time.
The sun can burn you. It is really important to slip, slop, slap and wrap on sunny days. The sun can burn you if you don’t put sunscreen on because you might get skin cancer and sunburns.

The first way to stay safe in the sun is to slop on some sunscreen to protect your skin from getting skin cancer and sunburn. You should actually apply sunscreen 20 minutes before you set a step outside then reapply it after every two hours. It is really important to put sunscreen before going into the sun. The sun dangerous so you need to stay in the shade.

Another way to stay safe is to slap on a hat to protect your face from getting burnt. You should really put on a hat especially put one with a wide brim or cap with flaps. This is so your face is protected and that you get the littlest opportunity of getting melanoma. It is shown that lots of people get lots of sunburn on their face and neck then any other part of your body.

The third way to stay safe in the sun is to wrap. Wrap is to put on sunglasses to protect your eyes. It is told that UV radiations can affect your eyesight equally. Trust me you don’t want to get it in your eyes.

Don’t forget to slip, slop slap and wrap!!

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