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Summer is Sun Awareness Time!

Now that Summer has finally arrived - we must take the time to protect ourselves against the harmful rays of the sun.The rise in the incidence of skin cancers over the past decades is strongly related to increasingly popular outdoor activities and recreational exposure.

HERE ARE OUR GOLDEN RULES FOR SUN PROTECTION:

Tilley Sun Hats1. Wear a broad brimmed hat
We love our Tilley sun hats. We have several styles available for both men and women. Tilley sun hats are guaranteed for life, offer excellent sun protection, repels rain, ties on for those windy days and are easy to wash.

Visit us today to see what style suits you best or click here to learn more about our Tilley sun hats.

2. Wear a broad spectrum sunscreen
Sunscreens
We are pleased to offer one of the worlds best solar protection skin care lines. TiZO sunscreens and sunblocks are mineral based and free of chemical sunscreen filters. Click here to see our TiZO sun protection line.


If you're out and about and need to re-apply sunscreen - we have the perfect product for you. Colorescience Sunforgettables with SPF 30 is an easy to use mineral powder that can be applied overtop existing suncreen and makeup on the go. Keep one in your purse wherever you are so you can always have optimal protection! Learn more about Colorescience

REMEMBER:
UVB (sunburn rays) are strongest from 10am – 2pm when the sun is highest. This is felt to be the main cause of skin cancer.

UVA (long wave ultraviolet light) is present all year round at same amounts from dawn to dusk This is responsible for photodamage and wrinkles.

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The many new uses of Botox...

Botulinum Toxin Injections Improve Depression
Denver, CO

Botulinum toxin A, commonly known as Botox, has an antidepressive effect when injected between the eyebrows that continues beyond the cosmetic effects of the injection, according to the results of a new study.

The fact that the antidepressive effect continued after the wrinkles reappeared suggests that the elevated mood isn't just related to cosmetic improvements, which is "profound and unexpected," said study investigator Michelle Magid, MD, clinical associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Texas Southwestern in Austin.

She presented the research at the American Academy of Dermatology 72nd Annual Meeting. Learn More About Botox

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