In so many cases we know that’s just not possible. You could try hats with a brim to protect your face, neck, and ears wherever you go outside.
Just like the many other routines, people develop to take care of their body, protecting your scalp from the sun requires the same effort.
Try to keep a hat in your car or book bag in case you have to spend an unexpected time in the sun. You could even take it as far as wearing hats made for the water when you go to the pool.
If you truly would like to take care of your scalp in the summertime you should strongly consider just being a hat person in the summertime.
One of the hidden perks to protecting your scalp when bald is that you don’t have to worry about the obstacle that hair places in the way.
You can simply apply the sunscreen directly to your head with no issues. Make sure that the sunscreen is at least SPF 30 or higher and you should be in some good shape!
Now that you have your hat and your sunscreen, one more efficient way to protect your scalp is to find some shade. Try to spend as much time in the shade as possible.
Simply sitting under a tree can reduce your UVR exposure up to 75% percent.