Skin Cancer Statistics That Will Help Motivate You To Apply Sunscreen This Summer

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It can be easy to forget or forego applying sunscreen. It can take a while and result in oily skin at times. Even though it can be a messy, long process, it’s essential to keep in mind the “why” behind that critical application of sunscreen. The Skin Cancer Foundation details Skin Cancer Facts & Statistics.…

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Skin Irritants In The Summer

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Certain skin irritants are more seasonal. Summer skin irritants are related to the climate, plants, shrubs, and other items as well. If you’re noticing a new rash or skin irritant that showed up on your skin, it could be due to a variety of conditions. The Mayo Clinic lists summer skin irritants.  Poison Ivy Poison ivy…

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Protecting Your Scalp From The Sun

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During the summer months, the days are longer, which means the sun is shining longer as well. While these longer daylight hours are a benefit in some ways, it can also mean your skin is exposed to the sun’s harmful rays for more extended periods. The most intense sun exposure time is between 10 AM…

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Strawberries For Your Summer Skin Win!

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One way to celebrate and soak in all good things about summer is by getting a big bowl of fresh, juicy strawberries and indulging in their juicy goodness. Red juices running down the sides of your mouth is a sign of pure summer delight. Did you know strawberries are in season during the early summer…

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Detoxing For Your Skin This Summer

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Friday, June 21 is the first day of summer in 2019. If you live in Atlanta, this means hot weather for you. Taking care of your skin during this time when the sun is out longer than other times of the year is essential. One way to love your skin this summer is to take…

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Go On And Sweat!

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Are your thoughts consumed with methods and products to prevent or reduce your sweat? Products such as deodorant, antiperspirant, powders, and sprays all boast the ability to stop, reduce or block sweating. It’s understandable why you’d want to prevent sweat; it can be embarrassing and stink at the same time. While these products are excellent…

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Spring – A Season For Nail Fungus?

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Nail fungus is an infection under your toenails or fingernails. It can be both painful and embarrassing. If you have this type of fungus, your nail will change color or get thicker or crack. It also may cause you some pain.  Feet are more likely to develop toenail fungus. It typically grows in warm and…

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When A New Mole Shows Up On Your Skin

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Knowing your skin is a great way to detect signs of skin cancer on your body quickly. If you know your skin well, you can easily and quickly identify new growth or changes. Newly developed moles on your skin are the most significant cause of concern when it comes to the signs of melanoma. Melanoma…

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Is Your Skin Ready To Step Outside This Spring?

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There’s no doubt that you’re already beginning to venture outdoors a lot more this spring. The warmer temperatures are a great invitation to enjoy your outdoor adventures and relaxation. We’re sure you’re ready to get outside, but is your skin ready for it? If you’re reaching into the depths of your beach bag from last…

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Spring Pollen And Your Skin

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Wednesday, March 20 was the first day of spring. Coincidentally, spring pollen season usually begins right around the same time in mid-to-late March. Pollen season also has arrived as early as February in Atlanta. Once warmer temperatures come, trees like the Juniper, Elm, and Birch begin releasing pollen into the air. All that pollen in…

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