Category: Sunscreen

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Five Sunscreen Myths

Consider These Five Sunscreen Myths Debunked By now, you’re probably well-versed in the basics of sunscreen: wear it daily, choose a sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher, and reapply every two hours. But even the most skin-savvy people can come across misinformation about sunscreen that leaves them vulnerable to sun damage, premature aging, and skin …

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Sunscreen: Your Must-Have Skin Accessory Gets a Makeover

Did you know that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer by age 70? Or that the sun’s rays can prematurely age your skin, causing wrinkles and sun spots? If we told you that melanoma was one of the most common cancers amongst young adults, wouldn’t that make you want to protect your skin? …

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Preventing Summer Sun Skin Damage: 5 Ways to Stay Safe and Have Fun

Summer may not be upon us just yet, but that doesn’t mean the weather isn’t heating up. And a change in the seasons means more and more outdoor activities to worry about sun skin damage. While that’s certainly a cause for celebration (who doesn’t love a little fun in the sun?), it also means you’re …

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5 Things to Look for When Choosing a Sunscreen

May is Melanoma Awareness Month, making it a great time to revisit your sun-care habits and make adjustments where necessary including making sure to use sunscreen! In addition to getting your annual skin check with a dermatologist, wearing sunscreen every day is by far the most effective and easiest way to prevent the most common …

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5 Sunscreen Myths: Debunked by Dermatologists

Dermatology Acadiana Lafayette Sunscreen Recommendations Dermatologist

In honor of Melanoma Awareness Month, we’re dedicating the month of May to spreading the word about some sunscreen myths and proper sun care. Slathering on sunscreen does more than prevent wrinkles, sun damage, and other cosmetic concerns – it could save your life. Learn more in-depth about skin cancer and cancer self checks. You …