How much sunscreen should you be wearing? Dermatologist shares the ideal summer skin care routine


A bottle of Banana Boat sunscreen is placed in the sand near the Newport Beach pier in Newport Beach Calif., Friday, Oct. 19, 2012. The maker of Banana Boat sunscreen is recalling some of its spray-on products after reports that a handful of people who have caught on fire after applying the lotion and standing near open flames. The bottle was placed in the sand by the photographer to illustrate this report. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

Summertime Chi is something we are all think about on those dreary polar vortex days, but once we get a whiff of sunshine we forget how harmful it can be to our skin without protection. Dr. Lauren Taglia, dermatologist at Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital, joined Bob Sirott to talk about a proactive skin care routine that protects your skin during those warm and sunny days.

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