7 Facts about Sun Safety

Fun (the safe kind!) in the Austin Sun!

The summer season is the time Austinites run outdoors to have fun in the sun, and why not? With such a great spread of choices, you could do something new every day and never run out of choices. There’s swimming at Barton Springs, trips to Hamilton Pool, vacations, amusement parks, BBQs, and picnics in any of our great parks up in the Round Rock or Cedar Park area.

It’s all fun, but you have to prepare for sun exposure if you’re going to be outdoors. The last thing you want to do is put you or your family at risk from too much. Many may not realize how dangerous the sun can be, so consider the following facts before you step outside:

The sun is a beautiful thing, especially in a great city like Austin, but make sure you take steps to protect yourself from sun damage. 

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