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Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)
You (whites) can be in the sun without sunscreen for up to 20 minutes a day. Yet, whites need the sun to get their daily dose of vitamin D. However, after 20 minutes, you must apply sunscreen. Be generous and reapply after swimming or sweating profusely. Don’t spend money on a sunscreen over SPF 30. There are no proven additional benefits of SPFs above that level. This content originally appeared on (doctoroz.com)

Whites need to put on sunscreen 15 to 20 minutes before going out in the sun. The letters SPF stand for sun protection factor, and the number rating tells you how much longer you can stay in the sun without getting sunburned. But this isn’t always true, so reapply sunscreen at least every 2 hours, just to be safe. How to Be Safe When You’re in the Sun – KidsHealth (Source)