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Sun Protection Information

When it comes to skincare, prevention is better than cure.

The sun and its harmful effects can be one of the most damaging elements our skin has to face. Not only does this lead to formation of lines, wrinkles, and discolouration – it can lead to more serious skin conditions, including skin cancer. As the occurrence of dangerous skin cancers continues to rise, there is overwhelming data that supports consistent sunscreen use. Taking care in the sun will not only help to protect you from skin cancer but will prevent the outward signs of aging.
So if you are wanting a tan this summer, the only safe way to tan is to fake it.




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Which Sunscreen?

There are two types of sunscreens: Chemical and physical.

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11 Reasons to Stay Out of the Sun by Jan Marini

Most people don’t realize that approximately 90–95 percent of what we perceive as inevitable aging is caused by sun exposure. Sunscreen is the most effective skin care product that prevents the outward signs of aging. As the occurrence of dangerous skin cancers continues to rise, there is overwhelming data that supports consistent sunscreen use.
Following are the 11 reasons why you should protect yourself from the harmful effects of the sun. Remember, achieving a youthful appearance is as easy as, well, sunscreen!


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Suncreen Is Not Enough

Sunscreens alone only protect skin from 55% of the damage from the sun, however when combined with a topical antioxidant, the skin is offered up to 96% protection.

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How much Sunscreen should we be applying?

How much Sunscreen should we be applying?

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Sun Protection by Jan Marini

It has been within the last 100 years that we have chosen to drastically increase our sun exposure in order to "brown", after tanning became fashionable in the 1920s. The CDC reports that Skin Cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. In 1935 approximately one out of 1200 people were diagnosed with malignant melanoma, the most deadly and often fatal form of skin cancer.

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What is an SPF rating?

"Tanned skin is damaged skin."

What does the SPF rating of sunscreen mean?

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The Difference Between UVA & UVB Rays

What is the Diffrence between UVA and UVB rays?

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