Your skin makes Vitamin D in response to the sun’s ultraviolet B rays. But aren’t UV rays bad for your skin? Can you get your daily dose of Vitamin D while wearing SPF? According to SkinCancer.org, most experts agree that wearing SPF does not lead to a Vitamin D deficiency. So you can protect your skin while still getting the Vitamin D you need to keep your bones strong and the winter-time blues away. During the winter, with its limited sunshine hours, consider Vitamin D-fortified milk or a capsule to ensure you get your daily required amount.