2. Baseball Cap
Going to a ball game? You'd be better off wearing a different type of hat than the players on the field are wearing. "I don't recommend baseball caps because there is no coverage of ears or back of neck," explains Dr. Ashinoff. Still, a baseball hat isn't totally useless in terms of sun protection. A peaked baseball cap protects the scalp and the top of the nose. If you don't want to wear sunscreen in conjunction with the hat, aim to score seats in the shady part of the stadium. If you wear a flatter baseball cap, you're basically only ensuring forehead protection.