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Sun, Safety, Sunscreens and Cancer. It also tells you how you can tell which sunscreen is good and what is bad:

This sun safety pin tells people about the risk of cancer and how it can affect you later on.

Infographic - Don't Fry: Preventing Skin Cancer

Although skin cancer risk factors are present every day, the dangers are greater during the long days of summer when you may spend more time in the sun. This poster focuses on simple tips to help you be sun sensible and reduce your risk of skin cancer.

Cancer Treatment Centers of America® Provides Sun Safety Tips for Nevadans for National Skin Cancer Awareness Month

Sun Safety: Cancer Treatment Centers of America® Provides Sun Safety Tips for Nevadans for National Skin Cancer Awareness Month

Did you know that there are 3 types of skin cancer? Check out the difference between them in this infographic.

This pin shows the three types of skin cancers; the basel cell, squamous cell and the melanoma. It tell us how common is the form of skin cancer, where it is discovered, how fatal it is and who is at risk to this type of skin cancer.

What do you need to know about sunscreen? How much should you apply? How often do you reapply? What's the difference between chemical and physical?

How Much Do You Really Know About Sunscreen?

Going to the beach is a lot of fun, but it's also a lot of work. Here are 20 beach hacks, tips, and tricks every girl must know this summer to make it easier.

Sunscreen Facts! DO NOT forget this!!!! Use the spread on kind instead of the spray on because the spray on kind doesn't stay on as well.

Remember when we are all outside running or working out to lather up that sunscreen. Its not worth the risk.

How to Select a Sunscreen Infographic: Do you know that some sunscreens can prevent sunburn, reduce your risk of getting skin cancer, and help prevent early signs of skin aging? This infographic tells you how to choose a sunscreen that does all three.

7 Winter Beauty Tips To Include In Your Skincare Routine

How to select a sunscreen From The American Academy of Dermatology Should you choose an SPF of or is an SPF of 50 enough? How do you know if.

I chose this sun safety infographic because it demonstrated who is most likely to get skin cancer , preventions and many more.

I chose this Pin because it tells you about a range of information that can be helpful to everyone. It has info on the rays, cancer and how to prevent it.

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