Current UV Index
The UV Index is how we measure the sunburn-producing UV (ultraviolet) rays from the sun at any specific location and or time of day. The lower the number, the lower the danger; the higher the number, the stronger the harmful rays of the sun.
It’s a great way to help avoid overexposure to the sun.
|UV Index||Exposure||Estimated Sunburn Time (*can vary by skin type)|
|0-2||Low||More than an hour|
|6-7||High||About 30 minutes|
|8-10||Very High||About 20 minutes|
|11+||Extreme||Less than 10 minutes|
With a little information from you, our NO-AD® Sun Care Smart Suggest can help you determine just what you need to keep the whole family protected. Keep in mind that it’s not just the direct sun you need to think about, but UV rays are also reflected off the sand, water, concrete and snow. So, whether it’s at the beach, the park or the ballgame, make sure you’re sun smart & sun safe.