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Tag: Sunscreens & Sun Protection

Melasma Reminder

I reminded everyone last week that we are only 2 months from the summer solstice (peak UVA season).  UVA really activates melasma. Now is the time to step up your Triluma,...

How do I construct a great skin care regimen?

Whoa!!   This is way too much so let’s simplify and get back to basics a bit.  Here’s what I’d recommend: AM   cleanse, Vit C & E (your antioxidant), eye...

Is sunscreen in makeup enough?

CORRECTION.   See the first blog post please.  I realized I goofed on the sunscreen.  The Helioplex is the stabilized Parsol complex in Neutrogena.  The Antihelios is the one that contains...

Is sunscreen in makeup enough?

Good question.  A think a lot of people are confused about this one.   The answer to this depends somewhat on what you do.  If you are commuting in your car...

Is Sunscreen in Moisturzer Enough?

This really depends on where you live, the time of year and the things that you do!  If you live in Seattle and it’s winter, it’s probably fine as long...

Protection from Skin Cancer

That’s pretty young to have so many so I’m guessing you’ve been active in that beautiful Southern California weather for awhile.  I’m very active in all sorts of outdoor sports...
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