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Sunscreen For Outside Use During Exercise

Exercising outside can help with motivation. However, being in the sun for long periods of time without the proper sunscreen can be damaging to the skin. A sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 should be applied liberally about 20 minutes before heading outside. This allows the sunscreen to…


Freckles – So Cute, But Also Dangerous!

For the fair complected, freckles are easily seen on the skin because a freckle is an area of concentrated skin pigment. If you have freckles, it runs in your family and this trait becomes prominent with exposure to the sun. Whether you are fair-skinned or not, you are more susceptible…


Skin care fundamentals: exfoliate, nourish, protect

The skin is the largest organ in the body. It protects, regulates temperature, and senses touch. It also takes a beating on a daily basis. The sun, weather, and free radicals threaten the skin's health every day. It is important to help your skin stay healthy for glowing, younger-looking skin.…


Are you too young to start thinking about wrinkle prevention?

Wrinkles are something we all associate with aging, but prevention that will keep your skin firm and wrinkle-free in your later years can begin early. It might not be years until you see your first wrinkles show up, but by practicing good skin care today you can reduce wrinkles that…


How sunscreen works

It comes as no surprise that sunscreen is one of the most important products to use on a daily basis for protection from the harsh and damaging ultraviolet (UV) ray of the sun; but how exactly does it work? Sunscreen combines organic and inorganic chemicals to filter the light from the sun…