Browsing articles tagged with " sunburn"
Jul
31
2014

How to Treat Sunburnt Skin

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How to Treat Your Sunburnt Skin With summer in full swing, we’re all spending a lot more time outdoors – swimming, hiking, or just soaking in the sun. While it’s fun to enjoy the good weather and great company, we tend to forget about our skin sometimes. We all hear this time and time again – when you’re outside, wear sunscreen. While we make every effort to protect our skin, we don’t always do so. [...]

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Jul
6
2011

Safe Fun in the Sun

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Sun exposure is good for you, in moderate doses. It’s been proven that people with regular time in the sun are healthier. The sun provides you with Vitamin D, and fresh air and exercise are always good for you. If you’re outside in the summer sun for short bursts, you’ll feel better and look better. But make sure that you apply sunscreen to your face (always!), and other exposed parts of your body when you’re [...]

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Jul
6
2011

Summer Sun Protection

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We all know that our faces need to be protected from the sun. Even our makeup and daily moisturizer has sunscreen in it, nowadays. But did you realize that the skin on your neck and chest is just as vulnerable to sun damage? And did you know that it’s much harder to treat the skin of the neck and chest and erase signs of sun damage? There are fewer oil glands and hair follicles there, [...]

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Jun
28
2011

Have a Safe Independence Day

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Independence Day on the Fourth of July is the holiday that celebrates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. It’s the National Day of the United States, and there are going to be fireworks displays, parades, picnics and barbecues, and many other events on July 4th. And traditionally, there are going to be accidents and injuries. Sunburns, fireworks accidents, and many other minor injuries are common on the Fourth of July. [...]

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