“I applied sunscreen in the morning so I should be set for the whole day.”
Sunscreens usually only last about 90-120 minutes, especially if you are using chemical blockers that breakdown after exposure to UV light. Always read the product instructions and reapply.
“I have a vitamin D deficiency, so I need more sun.”
Getting a tan does not increase your levels of Vitamin D. You you only need about 10 to 15 minutes of the sun daily before your body reaches maximum production of vitamin D and then it stops. The most efficient way is to have proper diet and sun moderation for healthy Vitamin D levels.
“I don’t need to wear SPF on a cloudy day.”
The clouds do not block the UV rays that can cause aging and skin cancer. It is important to always use your physical sunscreen even on cloudy days.
“I don’t use sunscreen because they are all oily and cause me to break out.”
Every sunscreen is not the same. Many products are absolutely more oily and can have preservatives that may cause allergic reactions, there is a large range of choices for skin from dry to oily. Look for products that have a clean finish of application and compact-based or even a mousse textured. You will need to do your research to found that perfect sunscreen.