“What did the Momma cow say to the baby cow? It’s pasture bedtime”
So many times, I've left the house bundled up, making sure my little one is taken care with everything. Outside on the go, walking through the shops and then outside enjoying the beautiful snow-covered scenery when I realize I’ve forgotten it again! Sun screen.
“Snow reflects the sun's rays and increases the risks of sunburn and skin cancer” says Jenny Green from Sciencing dot com. “Sun exposure is high in snowy conditions because snow reflects 80 percent of the sun's rays.” Our eyes need protection too, “sun glare from snow burns unprotected eyes can develop eye diseases, such as cataracts, age-related blindness, blurred vision…”
READ ON https: https://sciencing.com/dangers-sun-glare-snow-16444.html