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Do you have any travel myth-busters? Let us know and we'll share them! Sun Protection Factor. It is a measurement of how
When it comes to skin care products, it's important to know about any unwanted chemicals lurking in that ingredient label
Yes, it's summertime but if you are going to be out in the street dancing then please take some precautions. Wear some sunscreen people. Especially at our age.
Our selection of favorite suntan lotions features products that offer broad spectrum protection in a hypo-allergenic, chemical-free and affordable way. Whichever sun cream you choose, remember to apply it liberally and often!
I love Neutrogena's Rapid Tone Repair collection -- it uses a gentle formula but is powerful as it returns your complexion
In light of the recent reports about nanoparticles in sunscreen, I decided that it is time to revisit one of my favorite topics: safe sunscreen.
Jennifer Garner has been a Neutrogena brand ambassador for six years. She is also an avid sun safety advocate. The beauty of her skin reflects her consistent and proper use of their great products.
And for God's sake, what was that Texas school thinking when it banned a Kindergartner with cerebral palsy from using her
When I was younger, back in pre-SPF 70 days, people used to slather themselves in baby oil and iodine and bake themselves in the sun for hours. Not me.
Before stepping outside, we parents do want to be mindful about sun protection, and should apply a formula that protects our children's delicate skin.
John Kappenman is determined to save civilization from the mother of all blackouts. If he fails, we may well suffer on a scale that makes even World Wars seem trivial in comparison.
With the heat creeping in across the country, it's time to pull out your trusty sunblock. But wait! Instead of going for
Why should individuals bother when villains like BP do damage beyond measure in one fell blow? The answer: We can't afford to despair. Our collective consumer muscle, which represents 70% of the U.S. economy, matters more than ever now.
It's just one of those things, one of those everyday, widespread consumer-oriented lies that have anchored themselves in the culture.
There is alarming evidence that sunscreens do not protect against long-wave radiation. This penetrates deeply into the skin, and is responsible for lethal malignant melanoma, the fastest rising cancer.
For a hot minute, I couldn't decide if this strategy is the dumbest thing since "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" or if it's pure genius. I was stuck with an uncomfortable in-between feeling.
A parent has good reason to engage in sun protection early on: One blistering sunburn from unprotected sun exposure as a child can possibly double the risk of melanoma later in life.