The skin is an excellent record keeper. Every moment we are exposed to daylight adds up like money in the bank- the problem is the payoff; namely skin damage in the form of wrinkles, hyper-pigmentation and premature aging, a repressed immune system and the potential for skin cancer. Skin cancer is a global phenomenon.

In the U.S. over one million new cases of skin cancer are diagnosed every year.

1in 5 Americans will developed skin cancer and 90% of these cancers will be the result of exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun.

Australians have the highest rate of skin cancer in the world.

Therefore , the best defense is to limit daylight exposure and protect skin with sunscreen at all times.

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Damages to the skin when your skin exposed to the sun without protection include:

skin thickening, dehydration, hyper or hypo-pigmentation, collagen breakdown (wrinkles), and changes to elastin (sagging), changes in dermal blood vessels (redness), Free Radicals generated, DNA repair inhibited, immune system affected.

We can prevent by:

  • Yearly exams and self exams for cancer
  • UV penetrates light clothing, windshield, windows and clouds.
  • No midday sun (10am-4pm)
  • 1 burn doubles your risk of cancer ( melanoma)
  • protect from UV reflection from sand, water, snow and ice-90% bounces back
  • Exfoliation Recommendation (exfoliation can remove possible precancerous cells before they become dangerous, and be sure not to skip the SPF)
  • Apply sunscreen half an hour before sun exposure

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