In today’s culture, a glowing tan is the picture of summer fun. People who escape the dreary, cold, winter weather of the north to a tropical locale are expected to show off sun-darkened skin. Magazines and commercials tell us that being tan is requirement for looking one’s best in a swimsuit.
Current evidence confirms the importance of being vigilant about the amount of sunlight exposure received by children and adults. Moderation is the key. Sunlight exposure, despite some benefits, holds inherent health risks and results in skin damage.
The key for someone to protecting themselves and their loved ones from harmful UV rays is simple mindfulness. Eclipse Rx has a comprehensive list of sun smart tips and advice from a board-certified dermatologist to help avoid the adverse effects of the sun.
Find tips and more information online at www.EclipseRx.com.