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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

After-Sun Products to Stock Up On This Summer

We all love soaking in some summer sun—especially after what seemed like an eternal winter. One thing we don’t love, though, is the dry, stinging sensation that follows a lazy day at the beach. 65 more words

Beauty

Unblock your Inner Glow with Pond's White Beauty

There comes a time in every woman’s life when she no longer is satisfied by the reflection staring back at her from the mirror. Finding flaws with a bit of everything, her reflection does not smile at her anymore. 762 more words

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The Health Benefits of Sunlight Exposure

Presented by TP Mechanical | Provided by HORAN

Most people are familiar with the risks of unprotected sun exposure, such as sunburn, wrinkles, freckles, eye damage and skin cancer. 236 more words

TP Mechanical

Sun, sunnier, … sunburn!

The sun is up and its getting hotter! Finally, after the long winter and rainy spring, but the increase in sunshine hours per day comes at the risk of getting sunburnt! 340 more words

Experience In Practice

On the Mend.... Just in Time for Round 3

The night we got back from the Grand Canyon, I was covered in red dust, and I attempted to wash the dirt gathered above my eyes, only to discover that it was not… 698 more words

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