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Don't forget to keep one in your kit!
While swimming in a pool or at the beach is a great way to cool down, it's also one of the main causes for sunburn.Sunburn usually happens when you don't reapply sunscreen throughout the day, when you
'Attempting to make your own sunscreen can potentially lead to disastrous results, including severe burns and skin cancer later in life.'
I guess we have Pinterest to thank for this, because ever since the website launched, DIY beauty is all anyone could think of. And while some of the recipes actually work better than the real deal, there are products that should never
Ouch!
The rainy season may be upon us, but, at the risk of sounding like a broken record, that STILL doesn't mean you should stop wearing your SPF.To prove that sun protection is that important all year round, just look at
Seriously, stop.
If you use sunscreen or sunblock every day, good for you! And if you reapply it every few hours to continuously protect your face and body, that's excellent.But aside from these two things, there's more to know about sunscreen-
Spoiler: It's more than you think.
Another tale as old as time is the concept of how much sunscreen is enough to protect your face and body from sun damage. You might think you're applying too much because your entire body is covered in a white cast,
Take note this summer, CGs!
Being sunburned isn't a good look for anyone, particularly since scorching your skin just once every two years can triple (!) your risk of melanoma.And while most people know better than to expose their skin to sunshine without any sunscreen, sometimes