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Why Moisturizing Is a MUST

by kelly / September, 11 2020 22:23
Moisturizing should be a core part of your skin care routine. Yes, everyone should be doing it (just like wearing sunscreen!) even if you have oily or acne prone skin. No matter what type of skin you have; if you’re not moisturizing, your skin is missing out. Here’s why… [More]

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Sunscreen Gets Some Love in the Coronavirus Stimulus Package

by kelly / September, 9 2020 01:30
In case you missed it, we did at first, the March 2020 CARES Act - also known widely as the stimulus package - gave some love to sunscreen. Surprised? We were too. Plus it’s buried in a 300 plus page document! It’s a bit surprising but also important because it effects the type of sunscreens you’ll be able to buy. Here is a summary of the new rules around sunscreen. [More]

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Back to School Outdoors? Essential Sun Protection

by kelly / September, 2 2020 01:30
Back to school in 2020 is looking a little different. For some classes are going to be held outside for as much and as long possible. If your school is going outside this year and your kid is attending, here are some essential supplies you might need. [More]

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Does The Wind Increase Your Chances Of Getting Sunburn?

by kelly / August, 19 2020 01:30
A sunny and windy day can feel awesome but it can also be dangerous to your skin. We know that spending time in the sun without proper sun protection can lead to sunburn and sun damage. But it surprised me to learn that the wind can also be harmful to our skin. [More]

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How To Choose the Right Sunscreen

by kelly / August, 12 2020 01:30
Is there a right type of sunscreen? The answer is the right one is the one you will use again and again, every day. There are some basics that your sunscreen should have and we’ll explain those below. But instead of telling you what the right one is – we’ll lay out the options that exist on the market today so you can make the best choice for yourself. Of course we’d always love for you to choose our sunscreen. [More]

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Does Your Scalp Need Sun Protection?

by kelly / August, 5 2020 01:30
Quick answer - yes your scalp needs sun protection. Why? Well, skin cancer can develop on the scalp. Many of us (I hope) are religious about putting sunscreen on our face but how many of us think about our scalp? I know I often forget and I run a sunscreen company. Fortunately protecting your scalp is easy and should be done every day. [More]

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Do I Need Sunscreen If I’m Wearing A Mask?

by kelly / July, 15 2020 01:30
We’ve all been adjusting to new norms in our life in the last few months. One is having to wear a mask when we go out. Now that many of us are wearing masks when we’re out and about, is sunscreen still necessary? [More]

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Can You Get A Tan Wearing SPF?

by kelly / June, 24 2020 01:30
Ask any dermatologist and they will say that wearing SPF or sunscreen is a must every day. The benefits of wearing SPF or sunscreen are enormous - from preventing skin cancer to slowing skin aging to preventing sunburn. So you definitely should not forgo sunscreen to get a tan. But will you still get a tan while wearing SPF or sunscreen? [More]

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California Assembly Bans 12 Cosmetics Ingredients

by kelly / June, 17 2020 01:30
Back in March 2020 we wrote about how the California assembly was reviewing a bill (Toxic-Free Cosmetics Act, A.B. 2762) to ban 12 ingredients from skin care and personal products sold in California. Last week the bill was approved by the California assembly. What’s that mean for you? Read on… [More]

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Are Sunscreens for Kids and Babies Different from Adult Ones?

by kelly / June, 3 2020 01:30
Have you ever picked up a baby branded sunscreen and wondered if you could use it on your skin? Or have you only had a sunscreen not branded baby or kids on hand and wondered if you could use it on your little one? The answer is generally yes, you can use an adult sunscreen on kids and vice versa. Here’s why… [More]

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