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Aside from a daily walk around the neighborhood or a quick trip to the grocery store, many of us have been spending the majority of the last few months inside. Yet, no matter how much or how little time you spend outdoors this summer, your skin can still be exposed to sun damage. But how is this possible?
Truth is, even while sitting inside near a window, the sun’s rays can still affect exposed skin, leaving it at risk for things like accelerated aging, sun spots and even skin cancer.
Trusted New York City-based dermatologist and highly regarded skincare expert, Dr. Rachel Nazarian shares the sun care habits we should be forming to help protect healthy skin.