Sunscreen is vital during the peak summer months. But have you put it everywhere you need to? Jennifer Lucas is here to remind you of all the places you’ve probably missed.
Should you be having regular full-body skin exams to look for suspicious spots that could be skin cancer? A dermatologist explains.
Sun protection clothing offers beachgoers and sun worshipers easier protection from the sun’s UV rays. Still don’t forget that sunscreen though!
How long have you had that bottle of sunscreen? Ever wonder if it expires or still works correctly? Check out what one dermatologist recommends.
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