We all know that sunburn can damage your skin.
But is it safe to keep your hammock top up on your back?
And are there any signs of sunburn if you don’t wear a hat or sunglasses?
If you’re thinking about using a hammock to protect yourself from the midday sun, we know you’re not alone.
Many outdoor enthusiasts have tried to protect themselves from the intense sun with their hammock bottoms, and the results have been less than stellar.
Here are the best things you can do to keep the sun out of your hammocks.1.
Use a hat and sunglassesYou’re already wearing your hat and your sunglasses, right?
But are you?
If you’re worried about sunburn, here are some tips to help keep your eyes and skin protected.2.
Wear sunglasses and hats to protect your eyes from the sunlightYour eyes will be more protected by a hat than a hammocking top.
That’s because the sun can burn more spots on your face than on your eyes, according to the American Academy of Dermatology.
If you don and your eyes are burning, you’re at higher risk of sunstroke, according the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases.3.
Wear a hat when sunbathing to protect against sunburnIf you don an outer hat, you might be more vulnerable to sunburn from the sunshine, according a 2012 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
If a hat isn’t required, wear a scarf and sunscreen under your hat.4.
Wear sunscreenWhen you’re outside, the sun is a bigger danger than you think.
It causes more burns, which means you’re more at risk of skin cancer and other skin conditions, according an April 2015 study by American Academy for Dermatological Surgeons.
It also means you need sunscreen to protect the inside of your mouth, which can cause eye irritation and eye irritation when the sun hits your face.5.
Wash your hands frequentlyTo keep your hands safe from the damaging effects of the sun, wash them frequently with soap and water.
Use your hands to rub against rocks and dirt and gently scrub with a damp cloth, according your doctor.6.
Use sunscreenWhen the sun starts to set, the water level in your skin is higher, and this water can cause a tan.
If the sun has reached your skin, you may need to wear sunscreen to keep it from turning dark.
If your skin becomes dry, it can also cause your skin to turn red.
Sunscreen can also be an effective way to protect skin from the harmful effects of UV rays, according The American Academy: sunscreens can help to protect you from the effects of ultraviolet rays and the harmful skin effects of tanning beds.7.
Use sunglassesWhen the sunlight is strong enough to penetrate through your eyes or skin, it may also be hard to see through your sunglasses.
If this is the case, your sunglasses may be more important than you thought.
If it’s a sunny day, wear your sunglasses in a hat to protect them from sunburn.
If you have a severe sunburn or tan, your doctor may suggest wearing sunglasses with a filter to prevent the harmful UV rays from damaging your skin and eyes.8.
Wear glovesWhen you wear gloves, the heat can melt your skin even more and cause skin irritation.
If there’s too much heat, you can burn your hands with a torch.
You may also need a special sunscreen to help protect your hands from sun damage.
If it’s cold outside, you could use your hands as a makeshift blanket to protect it from the cold weather.
You could also wrap a sheet over your arms to protect that area from the wind.
You should wash your hands before putting them on, because the water can be too hot for the skin.9.
Avoid wearing a hat indoorsThe sun can be intense, and if you can’t wear your hat to block the sun from your face, it’s going to get you sunburned.
To avoid getting sunburn while indoors, use a hat, sunglasses, and sunglasses with an outer face shield to block sun exposure, according.
If the sun doesn’t come out of the sky, wear sunglasses and sunscreen to block all of the UV rays.
You can wear sunscreen under glasses to protect those eyes.
If there’s a high amount of UV light coming into your eyes at any time, your eyes will need to be protected from the ultraviolet rays.
If that happens, wear protective sunglasses with filters to protect.
If your skin gets very dry, you’ll need to wash your face regularly, according with a dermatologist.
If skin burns or has a dark spot on it, your skin could burn or turn red if it’s not treated.
If these conditions are severe, you should wear a protective face shield and a sun hat to help you keep your skin safe from sun.10.