A day at the beach should include a bag full of essentials to keep you comfortable and protected in the sun. Here are five must-haves not to forget when planning a day at the beach.
We’ve all seen dispensers with hand sanitizer in public places. But what if there were sunscreen dispensers? A recent addition to a local park might be a game-changer in preventing skin cancer.
Sunscreens will help keep you from wrinkling. Consumer Reports tested six facial sunscreens. They contain the same active ingredients as regular sunscreens, but they’re made to be lighter and less greasy and they cost more per ounce.
For years now, when it comes to sunscreen, we have been told to choose one that has the best SPF for us – the higher the number, the better the protection.
Keep away sunburn and have some fun in the sun this Summer with these kid-friendly products.
When you choose a sunscreen for your child, what do you look for? About a third of us buy a sunscreen that claims to be for kids, and many choose one that’s doctor-recommended, according to a Consumer Reports survey.
Just in time for summer, Consumer Reports is out with their test of sunscreen.
With pool season kicking off this weekend, experts say it’s a good time to remind everyone about sun safety.
It’s all fun in the sun until the hassle of sunscreen.
Now that sun exposure is considered a cancer risk on the same level with tobacco and asbestos, it’s time to get serious about protecting yourself.
When you shop for sunscreen, you probably check the SPF rating, right? Consumer Reports’ latest tests on sunscreens find there’s no guarantee you’re actually getting the level of protection listed on the label.
According to the American Cancer Society more than one million skin cancers diagnosed each year in the U.S. are considered sun-related. That means it’s important to have a good sunscreen. Consumer Reports recently tested to find the best.
Summer is the time for fun in the sun. But you’ll enjoy it a whole lot more if you protect your skin with these helpful tips.
A new study shows many children and adolescents are not protecting themselves from the sun’s harmful rays and they could pay the price later in life.
KDKA AM’s Larry Richert gets the latest on big sunscreen changes.