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10 Winter Skin Protection Tips

10 Winter Skin Protection Tips

The winter months can be especially damaging to the skin. The wind blows harder and colder, the temperature drops, and moisture becomes depleted in the skin causing skin dehydration, scaling, and flaking cracked areas. Areas such as the lips, elbows, knees, heels, and hands become particularly parched during this season. UVA rays in winter are as intense and cause as much damage as UVA rays in the summer months. Here are some tips on how …

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Natural Ways to treat Sunburn

Whatever your plans are for this Thanksgiving remember to stay sun safe! If you plan to enjoy outdoor activities; whether in a warm and sunny place or enjoying the winter ski slopes, keep in mind that sunburn can still occur. Wearing the right clothing and always wearing the appropriate sunscreen are the first steps, but if you still happen to get a sunburn here are some natural ways to treat it. 1. Chamomile You can …

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ABC’s of Skin Cancer

Can you believe that it is the middle of November?! Here in Southern California the weather has been unusually HOT and DRY! But I know the weather is taking a turn for winter in many other places. Along with the cold weather comes warmer clothes and layering. Sun protection and skin cancer detection is still very important even if most of it is covered during these colder months. As part of the legacy of Darren and Darren Lee …

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How to Protect Skin during the Winter

The winter months can be especially damaging to the skin. The wind blows harder and colder, the temperature drops, and moisture becomes depleted in the skin causing skin dehydration, scaling, and flaking cracked areas. Areas such as the lips, elbows, knees, heels, and hands become particularly parched during this season. UVA rays in winter are as intense and cause as much damage as UVA rays in the summer months. Here are some tips on how …

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Winter Sun Protection

As we transition from Fall to Winter, many people don’t realize that during these next few months of clouds, lower temperatures and possibly snow sun protection is still important. I grew up in Colorado, with hot summers and very cold and snowy winters. During those winter months I would never touch a drop of sun screen. I didn’t think that sun protection in general was very important, unless I was headed to the pool! Now …

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