Essential Facts About Sunscreen
The results are disheartening to say the least, given how easy it is to keep your skin safe. "Just wearing sunscreen will decrease the risk of developing skin cancer," stresses Francesca Fusco, MD, assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. "We are fortunate that, as consumers, we have a way of decreasing that risk with sunscreen."
And if the doc's urgings aren't enough to convert you to an SPF die-hard, maybe the label updates and clarified information will be convincing enough for you to take sunscreen as seriously as you do summer Fridays.
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