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Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday
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Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday

  Source: So Easy Being Green

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Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday
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Back-To-School Sun Protection

Back-To-School Sun Protection

The kids are heading back-to-school and you’ve loaded up on all of the classroom essentials, but remember to keep sun protection in mind when you are back-to-school shopping. It’s important for children to develop year-round sun protection habits to lower their risk of developing skin cancer later in life. Just one blistering sunburn as a child can double a person’s chance of developing skin cancer as an adult. Once school begins help your child apply sunscreen before …

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Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday
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Wordless Wednesday…Starfish Sweetie!

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Wordless Wednesday…Babies!

Wordless Wednesday…Babies!
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Does Sunscreen Expire?

All sunscreens expire, but some faster than others. If you have a bottle or tube of sunscreen stashed away in an beach bag from last Summer you might want to check for an expiration date.  Some sunscreens are designed to remain at their original strength for up to 3 years. They may include an expiration date, indicating a date when they are no longer effective. If you buy sunscreen and it does not have an …

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From: Rhonda Sparks, Founder of UV Skinz …To: You

Greetings UV Skinz Fans …   I am so excited to be able to share with you all of our new product offerings on our newly revamped website!  Most people don’t realize the amount of time, energy, creativity, curiosity, and organizational juices that must go into the apparel production process and the design of a website (especially one that must track inventory!).  If you don’t believe me, go ahead and check out the clothes you …

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MY Story; Connie

MY Story; Connie

My name is Connie Pollock and I am 51-years-old. I have stage IV recurrent Melanoma. I have always been a sun lover, whether it be doing yard work, swimming, fishing, or just enjoying the outdoors. Being a nurse, I knew that tanning was not smart but loved the color for the summer. I spent countless hours through the years working on a tan and never stopping to think about melanoma. Then in 2012 I had …

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