It may be the beginning of fall, but that does not mean that you can forego your sun protection. The sun's rays are still pretty strong! Sunscreen should be a non-negotiable element of anyone's skincare routine – and that includes kids and babies. The only way to completely prevent sunburn is to avoid UV exposure, but that's not exactly practical for children who spend most of their time outside ... Read the Post
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Survey Reveals More than 1 in 10 Americans Never Wear Sunscreen
When the weather is warm and the sun shines, people like to spend time outside. But it’s important to remember to protect your skin because all that fun in the sun can lead to serious sun damage! In addition to sun damage, excess time in the sun without protection can lead to skin cancer. It’s important that Americans take sun safety seriously, but do they? According to a new report ... Read the Post
We All Scream for Ice Cream Sunscreen!
You have heard that silly phrase, "I scream for Ice Cream" right? Well right now I'd like to shout from the rooftops about my favorite new sunscreen- Ice Cream Sunscreen! This reef-friendly, water-resistant, animal cruelty free, sulfate free, parabens free brand of sunscreen and protective lip balm is made for all ages. IceCream Sunscreen has been making a big splash since inception in ... Read the Post
Protect your Skin From Late Summer Sun Skin Damage with Rodan + Fields
Although it is nearly the end of Summertime, the sun's rays are still strong enough to cause some serious damage to your skin. And with too much sun exposure comes the dreaded dark spots, lines and wrinkles.I am guilty of skipping the SPF because I have always hated the way sunscreen feels on my skin. It was always too heavy, too greasy and made my skin look shiny. It also made me feel like a ... Read the Post
Mid-Summer SPF Check!
It is hard to believe that it is already August! We have had some very hot temperatures the last few days. As a mom, I am the go-to person who makes certain that my family is stocked up on SPFs. There is still plenty of summer left for camping and boating, and It is my job to make sure that I have plenty of sunscreen on hand for everyone.My all-time favorite sunscreens are from ... Read the Post
Playing in the Sun Doesn’t Need to Mean Skin Cancer
If you are like me, you enjoy a lot of quality time outdoors, especially when the weather is beautiful and sunny. However, many women, (myself included until recently) are unaware of proper sunscreen usage guidelines. Sun exposure is the biggest cause of skin cancer. Over the past three decades, more people have had skin cancer than all other cancers combined. NO-AD would like to ... Read the Post