10. June 2012 06:16
Make sure you are protected when you’re in the sun from burning rays. The best way to ensure your protection is with a ‘multi-level’ approach.
You should pick a sunscreen that guards you from ultraviolet A and ultraviolet B rays, even after exposure to water. Prod... [More]
12. January 2012 05:45
You are working hard with clean eating and exercise to look rock solid, but don’t forget to care for your skin regularly to make sure your external glow matches the internal glow you are achieving with your healthy choices.
The way to care for your skin changes over time. In your twenties, &nb... [More]
13. September 2011 15:53
There are new concerns that have been discussed in medical magazines about spray on sunscreens on children.
The issue is about inhaling the fumes from the spray-on sunscreen. I have seen parents spraying the sunscreen on the bodies of their children, and even on the child’s face. ... [More]
12. July 2011 06:26
I talk a lot about sunscreen because it is pivotal in the prevention of skin cancer. The important factor with sunscreen is how well it protects you from UVA and UVB rays, which are linked to skin cancer. The SPF number represents the protection from UVB rays. Most experts feel that 30 SPF provides ... [More]
29. May 2011 07:33
Memorial Day weekend is often a time when people get their first burn of the season. They are at a picnic, swimming, playing flag football and sweating and forget to put on sunscreen or re-apply during the day! What can we do together to avoid this?
Skin cancer (basil cell; non-malignant... [More]
28. May 2011 08:42
Sunscreen Part 1:
I am so glad the weather is getting warmer. I can swim with my kids, play on the trampoline and get out for bike rides. It also allows for more opportunities to take in some vitamin D from the sun, which helps my mood. BUT, be mindful that although vitamin... [More]