We hope you don't still believe that because you're Latina, you get a pass when it comes to sunscreen. A little skin color can act as natural protection, but the accumulation of rays is what leads to serious damage and, in the worst scenario, skin cancer, says Barba. When the sun's rays hit your skin they tell your cells to create more pigment (that's how you get a tan), and it's the buildup of that pigment that creates those dark spots and splotches that won't go away. It doesn't matter if your skin is fair or dark; add at least an SPF 30 to your everyday beauty routine. There are lots of great formulas out there — powders, sprays, lotions, creams, and sticks — so you don't have an excuse to skip it anymore.