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Don’t Wait For Summer. Sun Can Damage Your Skin in Spring Too

We often associate the need for sun protection with blistering hot summer days, forty degree weather, the beach and long days outside. We think of putting on sunscreen before a day by the pool or slipping on a hat before going out to the park for a barbeque in December, […]

By |October 7th, 2019|Skin Cancer Prevention, Sun Protection|0 Comments

Protect your hair from the sun too

In Australia we have become accustomed to thinking about sun protection when we step out into our blistering hot summer sun. While we have gotten better and better at thinking about our skin, putting on sunscreen or sunglasses before leaving the house, many still leave off the hat. It doesn’t […]

By |September 27th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Sun Exposure is Not All Bad: 5 Benefits of Sun Exposure

We are used to hearing about sun exposure and all the damage that it can do to your skin. From skin cancer to sun related aging it can really take its toll on the body. However, it is important to keep in mind that not all sun exposure is bad […]

By |September 18th, 2019|Sun Protection|0 Comments

5 Things You Should Do If You Spot Signs of Skin Cancer on Your Skin

Finding a spot on your skin that looks like skin cancer can be extremely frightening, however, it is important not to let your anxieties overcome you and to understand that most cases are treatable if they are caught early enough. If you believe that you are suffering from skin cancer […]

By |September 9th, 2019|Skin Cancer Checks, Skin Cancer Prevention|0 Comments

Skin Cancer Risk Does Not Just Come From Holiday Sun

Jetting abroad has become as common as taking a road trip down the coast and no matter where they go Aussies always seem to be chasing the sun. Old favourites like the Greek islands or Spanish Mediterranean have started to compete in Europe with upstarts like the beautiful Croatian coast […]

By |August 28th, 2019|Skin Cancer, Skin Cancer Risk|0 Comments

UVA and UVB: How Do They Affect Your Skin

Most people by now are aware that the sun has damaging effects on the skin. Whether it is coming back from the beach with a sunburn or seeing spots on the skin appear for the first time, the sun has a multitude of effect on our health, wellbeing and appearance. […]

By |August 16th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Sun Protective Clothing: Can They Replace Sunscreen?

The beloved Sid Seagull has been touting the same message for a while now: Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek and Slide. This list has certainly grown over the years, however, the saliency of sun protective clothing has remained high on the list and become a fundamental part of how we protect […]

By |August 14th, 2019|Skin Cancer Prevention, Sun Protection|0 Comments

Vitamin A to Help Lower Skin Cancer Risk

Sun protective clothing, a wide brimmed hat, sunglasses, sunscreen and some shade all work very well for protecting the skin from the dangers of the Australian sun, however, some people who spend hours in the direct sun every day might like a little more protection than physical barriers to help […]

By |August 6th, 2019|Skin Cancer|0 Comments

Skin Cancer Awareness For Cats And Dogs

Much like humans pets can suffer from skin cancer and sun damage. Ensure that your best friend is protected by becoming more sun aware for your cat or dog.
What types of cats and dogs are at risk of skin cancer?
Any cat or dog can suffer from skin cancer. It can […]

By |July 29th, 2019|Skin Cancer, Skin Cancer Prevention|0 Comments

Sun Protection At The Snow

Once the beach days of summer are over, Australians have a real soft spot for hitting the slopes. Whether vacationing in our own native Perisher Blue, crossing the pond to New Zealand or flying to the Land of the Rising Sun many of us have tried our hand at a […]

By |July 11th, 2019|Skin Cancer Prevention, Sun Protection|0 Comments
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