“There are two kinds of sunscreens – chemical sunscreens and physical (also called mineral) sunscreens. Chemical sunscreens only go so far into the UV spectrum. Physical sunscreens are creating a physical barrier to the sun with Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide,” says Board Certified Dermatologist Dr. Mona Foad, MD. You may be under the impression that … Keep reading Mineral vs. Chemical Sunscreen: What’s the Difference?
Summertime shouldn’t be stressful. We want you to travel to tropical places, and go outside and enjoy the beautiful weather with your loved ones, playing sports and basking in the sunlight. You don’t have to completely avoid the sun in order to stay protected. We’ve designed our Sunforgettable® Brush-on Sunscreen™ SPF 50 to go with … Keep reading Travel Without Hassle This Summer
Have you been considering a cosmetic procedure, but had second thoughts due to concerns of how your skin will look walking out of the dermatologist’s office? No one wants to go back to work, or meet their husband for a dinner date with a bright red, irritated face. We’ve found a way to solve this … Keep reading How to Leave Your Cosmetic Procedure Feeling Confident
You know you should be wearing sun protection daily, but traditional sunscreens are messy, greasy, and don’t travel well. These frustrating issues make it easy to rationalize skipping sunscreen altogether. With skin cancer rates on the rise, you can’t afford to remain unprotected. One in five Americans will develop skin cancer during their lifetime and … Keep reading 4 Reasons Why You Need a Sunscreen Brush in Your Life
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, which means it’s more important now than ever to spread skin cancer education. Annual skin cancer screenings and daily application (and reapplication) of sun protection may not seem vital until the day that skin cancer affects you personally. Our employees have gotten vulnerable and shared their personal sun stories … Keep reading Skin Cancer Awareness: Colorescience Gets Personal