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Why Men Are More Likely to Develop Skin Cancer and How to Prevent It

Why Men Are More Likely to Develop Skin Cancer and How to Prevent It

Skin cancer is the most common cancer worldwide. Skin cancer is a big risk for all of us, and as the weather warms up, it’s important to take care of your skin. But did you know that across demographics, white men are about twice as likely to develop melanoma, the most deadly of skin cancers?
sunscreen and athletes

Sun Protection Tips for Athletes to Prevent Skin Cancer

With the focus being centered on the sport, it can be easy to put skin and sun care on the back burner. This could result in serious, long term damage including skin cancer. Today we go over the most important tips athletes should keep in mind when it comes to their sun protection and overall skincare regimen.

Why Wearing Sunscreen is Essential for Tattoos

Why Wearing Sunscreen is Essential for Tattoos

Whether you’re on your first tattoo, your fifteenth, or your fiftieth, chances are, you’ve been told how important it is to take good care of your skin and protect it from the sun. But how vital is that skincare routine for your tattoo, and what does it actually mean for your skin?
where to apply sunscreen

Hey, You Missed a Spot: Don't Forget to Apply Sunscreen Here!

While you may understand the importance of wearing sunscreen, you may not be aware of these 8 places where most people commonly forget to apply it.
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Why Your Makeup SPF Is Not Enough Skin Protection

In recent years, SPF cosmetics have soared in popularity as interest in sun safety and dermatological health grows among the general public. Sales of SPF foundations, bronzers and primers are on the rise, but do they offer real protection?
Anti-Aging Skin Care Routine

Top 5 Vitamin C Serums for the Ultimate Anti-Aging Skin Care Routine

Because serums are made of smaller molecules, they are able to deliver a very high concentration of active ingredients. Combining a Vitamin C serum with your sunscreen makes for the ultimate in skin protection and anti-aging!
Skin Cancer Awareness Month

Skin Cancer Awareness Month: New Research and How To Keep Yourself Safe

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, and while this month has come to an end, protecting your skin should not. Follow these tips along with a few new updates to take note of, to lower your risk of Melanoma and other skin conditions.
sunscreen terms

Glossary of Sunscreen Terms to Better Protect Your Skin

While the initial thought of buying sunscreen seems relatively simple, for first-timers, not so much! There are so many different types of sunscreen with different ingredients and SPF levelsfrankly, it can be overwhelming. In order to make an informed decision, you need to know the terms that are used during the marketing and production of sunscreen.

how to pick the best sunscreen

Tips on How to Pick the Best Sunscreen

Woo-hoo! Summer is almost here, and you know what that means… finding the best sunscreen to keep you safe for all that fun in the sun! OK, OK, we get it, sun protection isn’t at the forefront of your mind when you think of summer, but it should be!
using a sunscreen

Why Using a Sunscreen Mist Might Be Your Best Option

Unfortunately, for most people, sunscreen is a big ole' pain in the butt! It can be oily, gooey, and time-consuming! What's a girl to do?! Sunscreen mist allows you to get close to or even the same coverage a lot easier and faster than traditional sunscreens.
Essential Guide to Burning Man

Lessons Learned From Burning Man 2018

Where can you find a temporary town erected in the middle of a desert each year? Or where crowds of people arrive for the same goal of appreciating arts and community? To find this, head to Nevada in late summer and take in the Burning Man festival.
chemical sunscreen

6 Alarming Reasons You Should Trash Your Chemical Sunscreens

It’s recommended that you use sunscreen on your skin, especially your face, every day and apply it whenever you’re going to be in direct sunlight but there are troublesome ingredients in many commercial sunscreens, especially chemical-based ones. The primary FDA-approved sunscreen actives include Oxybenzone, Avobenzone, Octisalate, Octocrylene, Homosalate, and Octinoxate. These chemical ingredients are what protect your skin from sunlight, however, they raise concern because they can actually do more harm than good.

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