Posts Tagged ‘skin cancer’

Breakthrough Study Finds Daily Sunscreen Use Stops Wrinkles In Their Tracks!

June 4, 2013 |  by

Sunscreen not only guards against skin cancer but it also fights wrinkles. A new Australian study has found daily use of sunscreen significantly slows the ageing of skin caused by the sun’s ultraviolet rays – something that may encourage even the most dedicated sun-worshippers to cream up.

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Product Focus – Heliocare Advanced SPF50 Gel

August 31, 2012 |  by

The Heliocare advanced UV protection range provides clinically advanced anti-ageing and skin health protection and enhancement.

A Key ingredient in every product is the unique, patented and natural Fernblock Photoimmunoprotection technology. Fernblock is extracted from Polyodium leucotomos, a fern originating in central America. Originally an aquatic plant, it adapted to life on land, developing its own natural protective mechanisms against UV radiation and it has been used for centuries in the treatment of dermatological conditions.

Fernblock has been proven in extensive scientific and clinical studies published in peer review dermatology and scientific journals around the world to be a powerful natural skin-specific anti-oxident skin protector and enhancer helping in the fight against UV damage.   Read more here

Risky sun habits could increase risk of skin cancer

August 31, 2012 |  by

More than a third of 16-24 year olds admit to risky behaviour in the sun, according to a new survey from Cancer Research UK’s Made in the Shade campaign. The results showed that 35 per cent plan to use sunbeds, tanning oils, only apply sunscreen when they start to burn, let their skin burn in the hope that it will eventually go brown or don’t intend to wear any sunscreen at all in strong sun this summer.

Read the full story from Cancer Research UK below: