It’s easy to see that the Sun is beginning to take a vacation from the summer months with the warm days becoming fewer and fewer. And while the clouds may now be covering much of the sunlight during the day, it doesn’t mean that you are protected from harmful rays. In fact, overcast days can often be more damaging!
To help you stay sun smart, below are some great tips for you to read.
Let’s start at the bottom with your footwear. With some warmth still lingering around it can be tempting to break out the sandals and take to the streets! And while they may feel nice and cool, open shoes or sandals are the easiest way to get burned.
Instead, swap for regular running shoes that provide full coverage and protection for your feet. If you find that you are sweating too much or that your shoes are becoming smelly, swap them for a modern pair that offers circulation and odor prevention.
It isn’t quite pants weather but it isn’t really shorts weather. Oh well, better wear shorts! That’s the thoughts that go through many people’s minds when considering what to wear for a day out in the sun. And as comfortable as they may be, your shorts aren’t going to protect your legs from sun damage. Opt for a pair of loose fitting running or sports pants that have been designed to ventilate air and wick any sweat from your skin should you get too hot.
You can likely guess where this tip is going. That’s right, it’s time to put on a long-sleeve shirt. If you just can’t wear one then at the least put on a t-shirt instead of a tank. If you will be spending a lot of time outdoors in the heat, check out the Groupon Coupons page for ALDO for shirts that are designed to keep air flowing as you move, preventing you from getting too hot.
Glare is more than just annoying, it can also be harmful to your eyes and eyesight. If you are working outdoors or spending a lot of time in the sun during the transitional period, be sure to wear polarized sunglasses to protect your eyes.
Last, but certainly not least, is a hat. When it comes to hats, the bigger the brim the better. If you can, look for a hat that offers full head coverage or has an attachable flap at the back to cover your neck and parts of your shoulders. Even if you are just going to the corner store to pick up some milk, be sure to wear a hat.
It doesn’t take much to be sun smart, it just takes a couple of minutes to give some more thought that what you are going to wear each day and some common sense. The next time that you are choosing an outfit prior to heading out for a day in the sun, keep these tips in mind and always wear sunscreen!