Dr. Oz’s Summer Safety Guide

Ready for summer fun? Enjoy more time outside, family vacations, less work, and more play with these safety tips from Tom O'Neill, a national lifeguard champion.

Wear Sunscreen Over SPF 30

Protect your body’s largest organ – your skin – and look for sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) over 30. Seek shelter under shade if you stay outside for more than 30 minutes and wear protective clothing, sunglasses, and a hat. If you do get burned, use aloe, coconut oil, cortisone cream, vitamin E, or shea butter (or as one show staffer likes to remember it by: ACES) to ease the pain and soothe skin.

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