You Skip SPF Altogether
No, the fact that you're Latina — whether your skin is fair, olive, or dark — doesn't mean you're protected from cancer-causing and aging UV rays. "While skin cancer is less common in darker-skinned individuals, when it is diagnosed it tends to be more advanced and has lower survival rates," says Mayoral. There's no excuse that's valid. You need to be wearing sunscreen every single day — seriously!