Here Is The Exact Toolkit You Need To
Protect Your Skin
To Stay As Healthy and As Vibrant As You Can
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Are you ready to enjoy the great outdoors without the risk of sunburn? It's easy peasy lemon squeezy! Memorize these five tips to keep your skin protected all year long!
Watch out for sneaky sun reflections! Whether near water, snow, or sand, these surfaces can bounce back the sun's rays and give you an unexpected tan (aka sunburn). So be extra cautious and apply sunscreen liberally!
Protect your peepers! Those precious eyeballs need some shade too, so don't forget to wear sunglasses with UV protection. You'll look cool, and your optometrist will definitely thank you.
Pucker up! Your lips can also get sunburnt, so give them some love with a lip balm that has SPF. Kiss goodbye to chapped lips and hello to a smoochable pout!
Don't be a hoarder! Check the expiration date on your sunscreen and toss it if it's past its prime or if you've had it for over a year. Your skin deserves the best, so give it fresh protection!
Cover your head, not your style! Your scalp and hairline are also prone to sun damage, so wear a hat and/or spritz some sunscreen spray designed for hair. Your scalp will thank you for it!
The Skin Cancer Foundation
I am a committee member for the Skin Cancer Foundation's Champions for Change Gala, which supports The Skin Cancer Foundation's vital work in education, community programs, and research. Please consider contributing to this vital organization through my fundraiser. And remember, #ProtectedSkinWins!
Are you ready to step up your skincare game and get healthy, glowing skin?
I’ve teamed up with YouCam Apps to create an interactive SPF filter that you can try on virtually.
Follow the link to download the YouCam Makeup app and celebrate protected skin.