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HEADHUNTER is having a great sale on one of our more popular items. We are offering a buy one and get a free one on our White face stick.  Headhunter created the "Original" Face Stick for Surfing. Hands free, pocket sized protection. This unique powder dry formula is similar to foundation make-up and can even be applied in the water! Stays visible on your skin so you know it's working. Recommended for people spending serious time in the sun. Approved for all conditions and climates. For best results apply sunscreen at least 20 minutes before sun exposure. No code needed just buy one and get one free.   Offer ends 10/10/19 only at

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Skin Advice from Apple Watch

When you first get your hands on an Apple Watch, it’s perfectly natural to feel bogged down by all the features. I mean, the heart-tracking metrics alone make my head spin. When it comes to protecting your skin though, there’s a number hiding in the face of the Apple watch series 5 that dermatologists really, really want you to pay attention to: the UV index. “The UV index is a measure of the strength of [ultraviolet] rays reaching the surface of the earth at a particular time and location,” Joshua Zeichner, MD, a New York City-based dermatologist, “The higher the UV index, the more powerful the UV rays are and the more likely our skin is to get sunburned.” To find this...

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English girl, 16, suffers horrific sunburn on back after snorkeling in Cuba -

WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES A 16-year-old girl from England who suffered a horrific sunburn on her back while vacationing in Cuba this week has since taken to Facebook to warn others of the summer sun’s dangers. Maisie Squires, of Leeds, told Fox News Saturday that she was enjoying a snorkeling excursion near the end of her family’s two-week trip to Cuba when the terrible sunburn struck. With temperatures hovering around 96 degrees Fahrenheit, Squires said that she kept herself covered in sunscreen through the trip, and applied sun protection cream before the fateful ocean adventure. Maisie Squires, pictured, said she was enjoying the end of her family’s two-week trip to Cuba with a snorkeling excursion on July 23 when the terrible sunburn struck. (Courtesy of Maisie Squires) Nevertheless, the...

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How to Get the Best Protection From Your Favorite Sunscreen now -

Layering on the right amount is key if you want to safeguard your skin If you diligently apply—and reapply—your sunscreen to all exposed skin when you’re outside, you probably think your skin is safe. But dermatologists warn that few people actually use enough sunscreen to get anything even close to the SPF stamped on the bottle. “Sunscreen testing in the lab does not always correlate with how well it performs in the real world, mainly because consumers are applying about half as much sunscreen as they should,” says Joshua Zeichner, MD, director of cosmetic and clinical research at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. So what actually happens if you skimp on your sunscreen? CR’s sunscreen tests have shown that using half...

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Act Now: May is Melanoma & Skin Cancer Detection & Prevention Month -

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” - Ben Franklin Summer is fast approaching, so now's the time to recognize Melanoma & Skin Cancer Detection & Prevention Month. According to each year there are more new cases of skin cancer than breast, prostate, lung, and colon cancers combined. UV exposure greatly increases the risk of skin cancer, such as Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous Cell Carcinoma, and Melanoma. Thankfully, there are easy ways to help prevent skin cancer so that we can enjoy summer activities without worry. Common Types of Skin Cancer Basal Cell Carcinoma Basal Cells are in the lower part of the epidermis which divide to form new cells and replace the squamous cells. This is not only the...

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