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GO INTO ANY pharmacy or supermarket in the hunt for sunscreen and you’ll be met with row upon row of creams, sprays and lotions all promising to protect your skin. It can be mind-boggling just trying to decide what to buy. With our growing concern over skin cancer – it’s the most common form of cancer in the UK according to Cancer Research UK – the global sunscreen market has boomed and is projected to be worth around £19 billion by 2024*.

But we all want to be able to enjoy the sun, and using sunscreen can help us in preventing long-term damage. ‘Sunscreen has two main benefits,’ says consultant dermatologist Dr Anjali Mahto () and author of (£14.99, Penguin Life). ‘Firstly, it reduces your risk of cancer.

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