It’s best to choose a mineral sunblock when you’re pregnant, which uses natural ingredients to scatter and reflect harmful rays, and is gentler on your more sensitive skin. Slather on Tropic Skin Shade Mineral Sun Protection (£28 for 200ml, tropicskincare.com), available in SPF 15, 30 and 50. Pay particular attention to your bump, which can be more prone to burning, and be aware that you may need a higher SPF now you’re pregnant. Some non-mineral sunblocks contain additives that can enter your bloodstream and may affect the health of your growing baby, so it’s vital to read the label carefully. Avoid sunblocks which contain ingredients ending in ‘-benzone’, especially oxybenzone.