Fun in the Sun: Protecting Your Skin for Sunburns and Skin Cancer (INFOGRAPHIC). Shows us what SPF means and what the different types of UV rays are. Also shows the commonly missed areas when putting on sunscreen
This pin shows the facts and risks of sun exposure. This image also explains the good in a little bit of sun light such as vitamin D and oxygen in our bodies.This picture is great as the risks are very known.
While most apply a little sun cream during the summer months when the sun is strongest, your skin can still suffer UV-related damage in the cold, dark days of winter. That's why you need to ensure you're wearing sun protection 365 days a year.
Sun Smart Babies - Being sun smart with your children is no longer just the ol' Slip, Slop, Slap! Evidence suggests that childhood sun exposure contributes significantly to your lifetime risk of skin cancer.