Friday, 24 October 2014

How to be sun smart

Where do I start, well to be sun smart you have to slip slop slap and wrap.
That means with the sun block you  have to  slip it on slop it in slap it around and wrap it.The most time the sun is at it strongest is from 10am to 4pm. and what I call it is burn time. mostly 80% of kids can be exposed to sun when they reach the age of 18.

UV rays stand for ultraviolet radiation. You can not see it but you can definitely feel it. UV rays are highly hot and can give you cancer, some of that cancer can be deadly.We are really lucky to have clear skies and not that much pollution.The reason we don’t have the much pollution is because New Zealand is a small country and we don’t have much factories that will make the smoke causing more and more pollution.

Staying in the shade is a must.Why you ask well because it prevents from getting burnt, getting, cancer and to takes so much time to fully prepare for the sun.For example if you were go  to the beach with your family you would either want to go in the water or make a sand castle but there is one thing that the sand and water have income  that is they are both open out for the sun to burn you.that is why you put sun block on because it is like a invisible umbrella that keeps you from getting burnt.

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