The sun's UV rays are strongest during the hours of 10am and 4pm, but something important to note about UVA rays in particular is that they're also present on cloudy days (they penetrate through clouds, and even windows). So just be sure to wear SPF every. single. day. - and to reapply it every two hours - to stay protected.
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