Certain types of skin are at greater risk for developing sun damage and skin cancer. Do you know your skin type?
You should protect your eyes from sun damage. Most sunscreen is safe to use on and around the eyelid region (without putting it in your eye, of course). However, you’ll want to be careful about what type of sunscreen you use.
When skin begins to peel, it is a sign the body is trying to rid itself of damaged cells. You can use many of the same techniques that apply to a non-peeling sunburn to get some relief.
When it comes to sunscreen application, we often focus on protecting our bigger body parts and forget about the little ones.
Although a skin exam with your primary care physician (PCP) can be a starting point in evaluating your skin for cancer, a dermatologist is the expert.
Firefighters risk their lives running into burning buildings, but the menace doesn’t come just from the fire. They may face an increased risk for developing melanoma, the most dangerous of the three most common types of skin cancer.
Does a sunscreen stay effective after its expiration date?
Recent research suggests that there may be a link between three common medical conditions and skin cancer. We delved into the research and spoke to the experts about whether you should be concerned — or not.
Moles can develop at any age. However, it is more common to develop moles as a child.
If you’re heading to the beach this summer (or even just spending time in your own backyard!), make sure you know how to avoid sunburns in the first place — but also what to do if you do sustain one.