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What Would Happen if Humans Didn't have Skin?

What Would Happen if Humans Didn't have Skin?

Many people walk around most of their lives not knowing that they're living inside their largest organ. And that it's constantly protecting us from damage and illness, all whilst holding us together. Our skin is truly incredible, so to show a bit of appreciation, let's take a look at what life w...
What does SPF mean?

What does SPF mean?

UVA and UVB rays are the rays responsible for burning and aging our skin when we've been over exposed to UV radiation. So we wear sunscreen to shield our skin from this damage that is both visible and non-visible to the naked eye. We all know our beloved sunscreens that we've been wearing since c...
Can one Sunburn Cause Skin Cancer?

Can one Sunburn Cause Skin Cancer?

Many people believe that excessive sun exposure is what can cause skin cancer. And although this is true - as your skin becomes more damaged it's more susceptible to further issues - you can in fact, get skin cancer after one sun burn.    So What is a Sun Burn? Sun burns are the inflammatory resu...
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How to Apply SPF with a Beard.

As any dermatologist or skin specialist can tell you, all skin is prone to wrinkles, aged spots and sun damage. And protecting it from the UVA and UVB rays radiated by the sun is essential in maintaining a youthful appearance.  Do I Need to Use Sunscreen if I Have a Beard? You have probably hear...
Zinc Oxide - Chemical Compound and How it Benefits your Skin

Zinc Oxide - Chemical Compound and How it Benefits your Skin

ZINC OXIDE - Chemical Compound An inorganic compound. It appears as a white powder that's insoluble in water. Although it occurs naturally as the rare mineral Zincite, most Zinc Oxide is created synthetically. It is added to numerous products such as cosmetics, food supplements and ointments.  ...
Zinc - Chemical Element and How it Benefits your Skin

Zinc - Chemical Element and How it Benefits your Skin

ZINC - Chemical Element A¬†diamagnetic metal with¬†a blue-tinged white lustrous appearance.¬† It's a hard, slightly brittle metal at¬†most temperatures and has a silvery-greyish appearance when oxidation is removed. Between 100 and¬†150¬†¬įC it becomes malleable. It also has low melting and boiling po...

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