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UV Skinz Donates Over 200 Hats in the Name of Sun Protection & Skin Cancer Awareness!

UV Skinz Donates Over 200 Hats in the Name of Sun Protection & Skin Cancer Awareness!

As many of you already know, we here at UV Skinz are all about sun protection and spreading skin cancer awareness, so when we have the opportunity to work with people and companies that share our mission…well it really doesn’t get any better than that! Last month high school sophomore, Shikha Prakash, reached out to UV Skinz regarding a service project she created titled “Operation: Save Your Skin” which is dedicated to spreading skin cancer …

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UV Skinz Set to Head to The American Academy of Dermatology 72nd Annual Meeting in Denver

We are getting ready to head out to chilly Denver, Colorado in a few days for the American Academy of Dermatology’s Annual Meeting from March 21-25th, and we couldn’t be more excited! UV Skinz expertise is sun safety, and just like dermatologists everywhere, we want to keep kids and adults out of harm’s way by raising skin cancer awareness and getting people protected! It is our mission to ensure delicate skin is safe from the …

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UV Skinz Goes to CAMP!

UV Skinz Goes to CAMP!

With summer around the corner, we can all expect that the children in our lives will be more than eager to get outdoors and enjoy the beautiful sunshine. And with these warmer months quickly approaching, some of you may consider sending your children to a summer camp. And why wouldn’t you? Summer camps can provide great learning opportunities, fun experiences (which lead to lasting memories), as well as offer children the chance to develop lifelong …

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Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer May Lead to the Development of Other Cancers

Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer May Lead to the Development of Other Cancers

“Skin Cancer” We hear the term often, but the details regarding the different types, and what they mean are frequently overlooked. We hear about celebrities, such as Hugh Jackman, being diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma—a non-melanoma skin cancer—yet no one seems too concerned for his health since having the spot removed. We see a picture with a bandage over his nose and think, “The spot was removed, and now he’s fine. No big deal. It’s …

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