Not everyone's scalp is protected from a full head of hair. A bald or shaved head can potentially be directly exposed to intense UV rays every time you go outside. It is facing directly up towards the sun with nothing to protect it. All of your skin is susceptible to UV damage and skin cancer. Taking a few steps to coverup and protect yourself can go a long way to your overall long-term health.
1. Apply SPF 30 Daily
There is no excuse for not covering up daily. Make sure to reapply as necessary. Even if you are not going to be out in the sun all day it is still worth applying SPF in order to protect the skin in order to help prevent sun-damage and premature aging. Try using an SPF Moisturizer such as Game Day's Moisturizer: Hydrator + SPF30+ in order to hydrate and heal the skin as it protects.
2. Wear a Hat
If you are outside in the sun all day such as at the beach or on the golf course, you should really try to minimize your skin's exposure to the sun by wearing a hat. It will keep the sun's rays directly off your head and protect your skin. It also will not run off as you sweat as a sun lotion would. Look for a breathable one so you don't get to hot or your head itchy. Some are even boosted with SPF.
3. Dissipate Free Radicals
After you get in from the sun you should really try to get rid of the free radicals in the skin that will be inventible from a day in the sun. These free radicals lead to show the effects of sun-damage to the skin. Game Day's Charging Spray: Energizing Facial Tonic has Black Tea Extract to help break-up free radicals and keep your skin looking young and healthy for years to come.