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Why wear orange today? Today marks Melanoma Monday, a day we really should be on top off. Why? Because the sun is getting brighter, ( the sun is actually brighter now than it was four centuries ago??) there is less protective ozone and we’re are spending more time outdoors. Thanks to these global climate changes, spring starts earlier and fall arrives later. This means we are exposed to more dangerous UV rays now than in earlier decades.
Melanoma, the most deadly form of skin cancer, is the most preventable type of cancer but is still on the rise. Make it easy on yourself and get yourself into the sunscreen habit every day. But not all broad spectrum sunscreens are created equal. Check out these six sunscreens dermatologists recommend below for surviving the summer season and keeping your skin healthy.
1. NEUTROGENA® Beach Defense™ Sunscreen Lotion Broad Spectrum SPF 30: Provides beach strength broad spectrum UVA/UVB sun protection in a lightweight, fast absorbing formula, ideal for outdoor skin protection of the active family.
2. NEUTROGENA® Ultra Sheer® Body Mist Sunscreen: Stabilized with Helioplex® Technology, providing superior balanced broad-spectrum protection against UVA-aging and UVB-burning rays in an ultra-light, non-greasy finish.
3. NEUTROGENA® Wet Skin Kids Lotion Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 45+: Developed with a technology that is designed to cut through water to apply directly to wet skin with minimal whitening or dripping off.
4. NEUTROGNA® Clear Face Liquid Lotion Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 55: Specially designed to provide superior sun protection without causing breakouts on acne-prone skin.
5. NEUTROGENA® Age Shield™ Face Lotion Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 110: Skin conditioners hydrate and replenish skin as the lightweight lotion absorbs quickly for a fresh, non-greasy feel, protecting your face and helping to maintain a youthful appearance every time you wear it.
6. NEUTROGENA® MicroMist® Airbrush Sunless Tan: For those looking to avoid the rays, this one-touch continuous spray works at any angle to tan hard-to-reach places–even your back. It dries fast and won’t clog pores.
Help raise awareness by wearing ORANGE on “Melanoma Monday,” Monday, May 6, and encouraging your friends to do the same.
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