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UV Skinz Style; Women’s Water Jacket

UV Skinz Style; Women’s Water Jacket

Sun damage can occur at all hours of the day, every day of the year. UV rays (UVA and UVB) are the culprits that cause premature aging, freckles, skin cancer and Melanoma. During the peak hours of the day (10 am- 4 pm) UV ray intensity is at its highest. It’s while we are going about our day-to-day activities (carpooling, grocery shopping, running errands, etc.) that we expose ourselves to these harmful UV rays. Our …

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Letter of Thanks From a Grateful UV Skinz Customer

Letter of Thanks From a Grateful UV Skinz Customer

We are so inspired by the passion that Founder of UV Skinz , Rhonda Sparks, has to raise awareness about sun protection and skin cancer prevention. Rhonda’s main mission is to not only bring the highest quality UV protection to people all over the world, but to educate people that sun protection should begin at birth. Her leadership and example has guided our UV Skinz Team to become the best at always putting the customer …

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Melanoma Oncologist’s Support UV Skinz on Arizona Midday

Melanoma Oncologist’s Support UV Skinz on Arizona Midday

In Arizona, Melanoma rates are 70% higher than the national average. With 1,460 residents being diagnosed in 2009. High temperatures and fierce UV radiation are two reasons why Arizonians should take extra precaution to protect themselves from developing skin cancer and Melanoma. Recently, we were able to be featured on an Arizona Midday , a local TV station, along with a two experts in the Melanoma medical community. Dr. Michael Graham (pictured on the top right), Pediatric …

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Wordless Wednesday…Starfish Sweetie!

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Wordless Wednesday…Babies!

Wordless Wednesday…Babies!

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Wordless Wednesday…Sweet T Makes Three

Wordless Wednesday…Sweet T Makes Three

  Photo Courtesy of Sweet T Makes Three (Giveaway is closed)

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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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