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Leveraging nature to make a better, safer super sunscreen

Exposure to UV light from the sun or from artificial sources is well known to give you that bronzed look that we tend to strive for year round. 465 more words

Research

The dangers of sun exposure

I am pasting below an article I came across recently from a U.S. Soccer Referee. I can’t find the actual website anymore despite googling for it so I can’t add a link here. 634 more words

Youth Soccer

5 Tips - for prickly heat

As I mentioned in my previous post reviewing Eucerin sun care (linked here), I am a long time prickly heat sufferer. I honestly don’t think it’s something I’ll ever be able to avoid completely, but over time I have picked up tips that either keep it at bay for longer, or make it more bearable when it does decide to make an appearance. 882 more words

Beauty

Spend at Least 15 Minutes Per Day Outside in the Sun - "My-graine" Action Plan Step 6

My husband jokingly calls me his little vampire. If you’re not a chronic migraineur you may wonder why. One of my many migraine symptoms is Photophobia: an abnormal intolerance (not fear), of light; also known as light sensitivity. 328 more words

Migraine

This From The LEAST Risky Skin Cancer ...

Wear your sunblock, kids …

This is not the first time I have been cut into, and I’m sure it will not be that last, given that I am of Irish descent, but have lived my entire life in Arizona, where the duration of sunshine (in the Sonoran Desert in which Tucson sits) is second only to the Sahara Desert, world-wide.  301 more words

Color Photography

5 Low Cost Ways to Soothe the Sting of Sunburn

Each of us most likely has at least one memory of nasty sunburn. Whether experienced personally, or by a close family member or friend, the symptoms are likely to consist of anything from red hot skin – either tender or painful to touch, to nausea, dehydration, blistering and flaking or peeling of the skin. 574 more words

Skin Care