The body’s so-called “sun traps” include the face, especially the bridge of the nose, the lips, the eye area, the forehead and the cheeks. The skin on your face is exposed to the sun without protection every day. In addition, the skin on your face is much thinner and therefore much more sensitive. For that reason, it requires an especially high level of sun protection. On holiday, make sure you use sun cream developed especially for sensitive skin, and for everyday life, use a day cream with a sun protection factor. Areas which get sunburn quickly include the upper chest area, the neck, the top of the foot, the shoulders, the ears and the scalp. In addition to sun cream or sun lotion with a high sun protection factor, your clothing is the best way to protect yourself from dangerous UV radiation.