Quiz: Sun Safety Posted under Quizzes. Updated 2 September 2015. +Related Content FacebookTwitteremailPrintTake our quiz to see how much you know about sun safety!1. To protect skin against all types of sun-induced damage, you should choose a sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of what number or higher? A. SPF 15 with UVB protection B. Broad spectrum SPF 15 C. Broad spectrum SPF 30 D. SPF 1002. Sunglasses with dark lenses offer better protection from ultraviolet rays than sunglasses with lighter lenses. True or False? True False3. To get sufficient protection from UVA rays, you should reapply waterproof sunscreen... A. Never B. Every 2 hours C. After swimming or heavy sweating D. B & C4. Wearing sunglasses with 99 to 100 percent UVA and UVB protection doesn’t just look cool; it can also protect you from developing cataracts. True or False? True False5. Sunscreen never expires. True or False? True False6. You should avoid or limit sun exposure when the sun’s rays (UV) are most intense, usually between the hours of... A. 7am to 2pm B. 8am to 8pm C. 9am to 5pm D. 10am to 4pm7. How should you treat sunburn? A. Pop blisters and pick peeling skin B. Leave it alone because it will heal by itself C. Keep skin moist with cooling lotion or aloe gel D. Apply hot packs to red sunburned skin8. You don’t need to wear sunscreen or sunglasses on cloudy days. True or False? True False9. People with darker complexions do not need to use sunscreen. True or False? True FalseTime is Up!