It goes without saying that we all wear our sunscreens every single day, right? We have all learned that this damage from the sun and/or tanning beds was caused many, many years ago, and we will continue to have reoccurrences into the future. So I’m wondering what is the point of wearing sunscreen now, after all the damage has been done? I get that question a LOT from friends and family. Even the receptionist at my Mohs surgeon office proudly declared she doesn’t wear sunscreen (in front of all the bandaged people waiting for their results). I continue to wear it every day, but just wonder about it sometimes. Does it really do any good from a skin cancer standpoint. I’m hoping at least it will prevent more of those nasty brown/age spots.