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Dear Mom, Thanks for Making Me Wear Sunscreen

I recently read an article on Scary Mommy about how different it is to take kids to the beach now versus growing up in the ’80s. 929 more words

Age-Defying

Consumer Reports: Top Rated Sunscreens

Here is Consumer Reports latest study results on the effectiveness of varying types sunscreen. As you can see, lotions and sprays were tested from various companies and the results were quite surprising. 116 more words

Sun Protection

Phytoscience Double Stemcell Product

Double Stemcells, Phytoscience have been generally said to help all ages men and women from and backgrounds to achieve maximum health and beauty in minimum time. 196 more words

Phytoscience

Tips To Keep You Safe From The Summer Sun

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — On this unofficial start to the summer season, it’s a good time to start thinking about keeping your skin safe.

Skin cancer is the number one malignancy, but you can take action to protect yourself, according to Dr. 90 more words

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Skin Tip: Sunscreen Facts!

Happy Friday everyone!  May 27 is National Sunscreen Day and courtesy of The Dow Chemical Company, here is an infographic on what you need to know about sunscreen.

Enjoy your weekend! 

Stephanie

Skin Care

'Once-a-day' sun creams a cancer risk, consumer watchdog finds after tests reveal poor UV protection

“Once-a-day” sun cream wears off in hours and could be leaving people at risk of skin cancer, an investigation by a consumer watchdog found.

Testing by Which?, the campaign group, showed that after six to eight hours of wear the average sun protection factor (SPF) of creams which claim to only require one application falls by 74 per cent. 544 more words

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Memorial Day weekend means summer is here! (Yay!) Will you be safe?

As we get ready to hit the road, pack our coolers for picnics and camping trips and generally get ready for the official start to the summer (finally!), we hope you’ll take the time to brush up on some health and safety tips so you and your families have a fun and rewarding summer. 1,089 more words

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