Wear clothing and hat that covers your body. Summer sunshine is dangerous.
Use a high spf sunscreen and make sure to where sunglasses. I recommend a hat as well to cover your face better. Here is a good link to help answer your question a little better though, http://www.wikihow.com/Stay-Safe-in-the-Sun. Good luck!
No one can not stay safe in the sun. But you need to protect yourself from the harmful rays of the sun. Do not expose your self to the sun, wear gloves use a formalized spf lotion to the body parts that are exposed to the sun.
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Select an appropriate sunscreen.
Check your sunscreens SPF. The SPF, or "sun protection factor" number, contrary to popular belief, does not signify how strong the SPF is. It tells you how long it will keep you protected (theoretically). For example: it is in how many minutes you burn x the number that tells you how long it should last (even though you should reapply often, say every few hours, or more often if you burn easily). So if you burn in 10 minutes of sun exposure without any protection, SPF 30 will keep you protected for 300 minutes (in theory!).
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