Protect Your Skin in the Summer Sun

People say they don't use sunscreen because they need the vitamin D. In order to get an adequate amount of vitamin D, you only need 10 minutes of sun [exposure]. I think it is safer to take a supplement or to get vitamin D from your diet. If you think your level is low, ask your doctor to check your levels. The sun is not the only way to get it.

For more information about Dr. Doris Day, visit http://www.myclearskin.com.

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