The Places You Don’t Normally Wear Sunscreen But Should
Your lips, eyelids, ears, and scalp are all important areas to protect
Dr. Christina Olson, a family medicine specialist with Sanford Health, talks about what families and physicians are most concerned about when it comes to sun exposure and changing skin conditions. And NBC News has more on how not only you might prevent sunburn, but also how you want to treat it if you are in the sun too long. Click here for more.