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Article: Sun Protection Tips - Part 2

Woman in hat applying Brush On Block

Sun Protection Tips - Part 2

Here is Part 2 of our Sun Protection Tips round-up for Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Remember that the simple use of BRUSH ON BLOCK® on your face, neck, arms and hands helps prevent skin cancers, and also slows visible signs of aging!

  1. THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A SAFE TAN. If your skin’s color changes, that’s a sign of sun damage, keep your skin protected from the sun and you’ll be rewarded with healthier, younger looking skin for years to come.
  2. AVOID PEAK HOURS. If you’re going somewhere warm on vacation, follow the advice of the FDA and do your indoor sightseeing between 10 am and 2 pm when the sun’s rays are strongest. Then after lunch, hit the beach
  3. PROTECT YOUR HEAD. Your part-line and ears are highly susceptible to sunburn. Protect both with a dusting of Brush On Block, and if you’ll be outside for a while, top them off with a cute hat!
  4. PROTECT YOUR EYES. While they won’t get “sunburned,” excessive sun can damage your eyes, and we do NOT recommend putting Brush On Block in them, but you certainly can put it on your eyelids and under your eyes. To make it more simple to apply to the eyes, flick your brush to get some powder on the bristles, then slide the yellow sleeve halfway up the brush. When you are out in the sun, be sure to wear sunglasses.