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Maintaining Healthy Skin in Winter Weather

The harsh, cold weather is not ideal for the health of your skin. Cold air takes the moisture out of your skin, drying it out. Many people notice their skin becomes dry, red, itchy, and flaky during the winter months. Not only does the cold

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Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month

With the summer months approaching, we can begin to look forward to sunny days spent enjoying the warm weather. Whether you prefer to spend your time outdoors lounging by the pool, soaking up the sun at the beach, or exploring nature on a hike, it’s

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Why is sunscreen so important?

Springtime brings warmer weather, which means more time in the sun! Excess sun without proper protection can cause all sorts of damage to your body, including cancer. Keep reading to see why experts suggest sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 30.

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5 Skin Care Tips for the Winter

By this point, we have suffered enough winter weather that we are noticing changes in our skin. The dry cold air during the winter months can cause severe damage and discomfort to your skin if you don’t take the necessary extra steps. Keep these 5

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3 Summer Sun Safety Tips You Should Know

There’s no better way to celebrate the end of summer than by soaking up some sun! It’s well known that our bodies require Vitamin D to thrive and a good dose of sunshine is a great way to get it. However, overexposure to the sun

6 Summer Skin Care Tips

It is finally warm outside and feeling like summer! But with the beautiful warm weather, also comes the potential for skin damage from the sun. Skin damage builds up over time and you don’t start over every summer. Here are some important tips to keep