"Since moon light is essentially reflected sun light and I sleep with my bed exposed under the window do I need to wear a sunscreen at night too?!"
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Even though the moon’s rays are reflected ultraviolet (UV) rays, UV exposure would only be of concern if melanin production was stimulated for protection. But in this case, melanin is not being stimulated so no sunscreen is necessary.

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