Sneaky Ways to Squeeze in Extra SPF
Help kick skin cancer to the curb with these sun-protecting steps
According to L'Oréal Paris and Melanoma Research Alliance, cases of melanoma, the most common cancer in American women, have tripled in the last 30 years. And according to the American Cancer Society, one person dies of melanoma every 57 minutes.
If that's not enough to scare you into stocking up on sunscreen and grabbing a beach umbrella, what about the fact that too much time in the sun will also make you look older? The Center for Disease Control reports that tan skin is damaged skin, which means, if you tan, you can expect to see fine lines and wrinkles, brown spots and sagging sooner.
Here are quick, derm-approved ways to up your sun protection game.
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