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Sharon Basaraba

Get Out Your Sunscreen

By April 29, 2012

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Finally - some sunny and warm weather for those of us who've been buried under winter clothing for the last several months.  Along with the warming trend, much good - a chance to bare your arms and let your skin make some Vitamin D - helping you to ward off a range of health threats.  On the negative side, the sun causes photoaging, one of the major drivers of skin aging.  Not only does the sun accelerate the formation of wrinkles that naturally occur in skin over time, but it wreaks its own havoc on the skin's structure, affecting its thickness and texture.   Make sure you apply a high-SPF sunscreen after fifteen or so minutes in the sun!

Learn how Vitamin A can reverse photoaging

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