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UV Rays Attack Skin DNA Mutant Cells Multiply!

UV Rays Attack Skin DNA Mutant Cells Multiply!

 

UV Rays from the sun actually damage your DNADid you know that? 

 

DNA damage is how UV Rays make your skin look prematurely old and wrinkled.  It is actually a permanent alteration of your DNA.  If there is significant and severe damage to your genes through UVA Rays, normal skin cells can mutate into skin cancer.  Interesting, eh?

 

There are 1 million cases of skin cancer diagnosed every year in the US.  Most are treatable as long as they are caught early enough. 

 

So?  How do you fight the demons of UVA Rays??

 

Well, one option is to cover every inch of your skin up when you go outside. People might think you are a vampire though.  (Which might not be so bad, seeing that vampires are pretty popular...)

 

A better option is to apply a Broad Spectrum sunblock- protecting against both sunburn, and long-term UVA damage.  Take Nicole Kidman, for example...that creamy fair skin is not an accident.  She uses sunblock when the rays are beating down, and always has a hat in place.  Similar patterns are in use by Tinseltown beauties Jennifer Lopez, Christina Hendricks and Julianne Moore.  The list goes on.

 

The old days of being a darkly tanned hottie, walking around in Daisy Dukes are over, ladies.  (And gents...no more ogling at these exhibitions, sorry.)

 

So, the question to ask yourself is, do you want to be compromising your future health for a bronze glow now?

 

Combat sun damage with Sport Guard Broad Spectrum Sunblock.