4. The sides of your face
You coat your nose, chin, and forehead with UV protection, but often you’re not as diligent with the outer reaches of your face. “People don’t want to get sunscreen in their hair, so they don’t push it to the edge of their face,” Dr. Carroll says. She recommends using a broad spectrum product for your face and body that covers both UVA and UVB rays. “It should be at least an SPF 30,” she adds.