If you live in Phoenix, it will come as no surprise to you that sunblock is a must year-round, not just when you are outside at the pool or enjoying a baseball game.
Unprotected skin can be damaged by UV radiation in as little as 15 minutes, but it could take up to 12 hours for skin to show the full effect. But what to do if you do get sunburned?
While most of us know about the dangers of sunburns, not everyone is aware of other common summer hazards to our skin. Dry skin, razor burn, and molluscum contagiosum are just a few of the summer skin problems that Dr. Manway covers with Gina Maravilla on Good Morning Arizona!
The month of July is UV Safety Awareness Month, and here at Affiliated Dermatology, we want to share the best tips and tricks to keep your body safe from UV harm.
Summer is here, and that means we must take care of our skin. Sunburns are one of the biggest skin issues in Arizona, but what are some other common ones? A majority of the population suffers from eczema, psoriasis, and rashes.