• How to protect your skin

    Although you can’t turn back the clock, it’s possible to have healthy skin at any age.

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  • No One Is Immune to Skin Cancer

    The American Academy of Dermatology recommends that people of color use a broad-spectrum sunscreen having an SPF of at least 30 and look for ingredients that block harmful ultraviolet rays, such as zinc oxide. “When you re-enter the pool or ocean, always reapply your sunscreen,” says Dr. Likhari.

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  • Skin Cancer Is 'Burning' Younger Patients

    "Not any longer," says dermatologist Isabella Gyening , M.D., F.A.A.D. "In the past, skin cancer was most commonly associated with those 50 or older, but there has been a scary shift to increasingly younger patients, including some in their 20s."

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