Why You Should Avoid Tanning This Summer

Whether you get a tan on the beach, in your backyard, in a tanning bed, or through incidental exposure is bad news! Tans are caused by harmful ultraviolet radiation, also known as UV rays, from the sun or tanning lamps which cause skin cell damage. 

Take care when you’re outside in the Valley of the Sun

Memorial Day weekend for many people is a time to play outdoors. But be safe. Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, and ultraviolet (UV) rays are the primary cause.

How to Best Protect Yourself from the Sun as Temperatures Heat up in Phoenix

Sunblocks and sunscreens are a must when spending time outdoors. But what’s the difference between the two?

Keeping Your Skin Healthy This Summer

If you’ve lived in Arizona for any time at all you realize it’s sunny here. Really sunny. In fact, we get an average of 296 days of sun each year. That’s why regular and proper use of sunblock isn’t just a recommendation, it’s a must.
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