The short answer is yes!Indirect sunlight can actually be quite damaging to your skin. While it might not feel as intense as direct sunlight, the UV rays can still penetrate your skin and cause damage.
This can lead to early aging, wrinkles, and even skin cancer. So it's important to always wear sunscreen when you're going to be exposed to any amount of sunlight, even if it's just for a short period of time. However, indirect sunlight won’t penetrate skin as deeply so while it’s still damaging, it won’t cause the same signs of aging as direct sun exposure. Still, wearing daily SPF is very important. SPF, SPF, SPF!