Skin Care

5 Ways To Make Your Skin Look Less Pale

5 Ways To Make Your Skin Look Less Pale

These five easy tips will help you out to help your skin look less pale.

Written By Emma Gill / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Melanoma Rates Drop Sharply Among Teens And Young Adults

Melanoma Rates Drop Sharply Among Teens And Young Adults

Melanoma, triggered by ultraviolet radiation from the sun, is the most common skin cancer and is the fifth most common among all cancers in U.S. men and women.

Written By Kevin Kerfoot / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

5 Ways To Combat Aging Skin

5 Ways To Combat Aging Skin

Here are a few things you can do to help keep your skin from becoming damaged or looking old before its time.

 

 

Written By Paisley Hansen / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

 

 

How To Care For Your Skin In Your 60s, 70s And 80s

How To Care For Your Skin In Your 60s, 70s And 80s

Skincare is an important part of your daily routine for many reasons. Not only does it help you stay looking your best, but having healthy skin is important for staying healthy overall. As you get older, the type of skincare you need to stay looking and feeling great changes. This is because your skin changes naturally as you get older. The stress of transitioning into senior communities can be overwhelming for many people, and this stress can have negative impacts on your skin. Here are some tips to help you take care of your skin in later ...
Stay Sun Safe This Summer

Stay Sun Safe This Summer

Environmental factors can damage the skin in multiple ways, from UVB rays causing sunburns and uneven pigmentation to UVA and infrared radiation penetrating more deeply into the skin to damage existing collagen and reduce collagen production, resulting in wrinkles and sagging skin. Habitual UV exposure can cause blood vessels to become more prominent, causing skin redness while visible light and pollution can cause uneven skin tone, especially in darker skin types.
Avoid Sunscreen Mistakes With These Tips

Avoid Sunscreen Mistakes With These Tips

Choose a sunscreen with an SPF 30 or higher. While no sunscreen can filter out all of the suns UVB rays, SPF 30 sunscreens block 97 percent of the suns UVB rays. Look for the words broad spectrum. This means the sunscreen will protect against both UVA rays - which cause premature skin aging - and UVB rays - which cause sunburn. Both types of UV rays can lead to skin cancer.
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