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The Friday before Memorial Day has been designated by the National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention as Don't Fry Day, urging people to take measures to reduce skin cancer rates, which are more than the new cases of breast, prostate, lung and colon cancers combined.
A new survey shows that most men are lax when it comes to proper sun protection and are unsure how to examine their skin for cancer. Exclusive commentary from Nikki Miller, lead esthetician at Kohler Waters Spa, explains how to help foster better skin care—and sun care—habits in male clients.
The Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) has decided to extend the compliance dates six months for the sunscreen labeling and testing requirements in the interest of protecting public health.
The new SPOT Skin Cancer program was launched by the AAD this week to educate the public about skin cancer risk.
According to a recent survey by Total Beauty Media Group, Millennial women only worry about skin when they have a visible concern, such as acne. Teach them healthy habits by downloading the infographic in this story!
By: Rhonda Allison
Some of the ingredients in traditional sunscreens may be detrimental to skin health.
A new virtual race, launching May 1 to kick off National Skin Cancer and Melanoma Awareness Month, is open to anyone who wants to support sun safety and early detection. Get your spa team and clients involved!
Information from In-cosmetics shows more face care products in the U.S. are being launched with SPF and sun care elements.
Only on SkinInc.com: May is Melanoma Awareness Month. Following are five facts about sun damage, including what it causes and how it can be avoided, from Glenn Kolansky, MD, board-certified dermatologist in Red Bank, NJ.