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Skin Care Tip
Sexier Skin With These Sun Block Ingredients!
Sun blocks are physical blocks that have a higher SPF and are composed of both physical and chemical blocks. Physical sun block sits on the skin’s surface and cannot be absorbed by the skin, which gives it the ability to reflect the sun away from the skin, rather than absorbing the sun’s harmful rays. Chemical sunblock can be absorbed by the skin, meaning that they protect the deeper layers of skin from the rays that can penetrate through the Physical blocks.
There are two main rays, UVA and UVB which can cause both sun damage and aging. Certain chemical and physical sun blocks can work together to protect both rays from causing damage to the skin. Chemical sun blocks can be both irritating and non-irritating, so it is best to read the labels before purchasing if you have had any kind of reaction in the past.
Physical sun blocks can protect from both UVA and UVB rays and include Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide. Zinc Oxide, an antimicrobial and healing product absorbs UVA rays. Zinc Oxide helps prevent inflammation and irritation and is mostly used in cosmetics to boost the sun protection factor. Titanium Dioxide is highly reflective and mostly used on UVB rays. Titanium Dioxide is also used in cosmetics because of its low irritation factor.
Chemical sun blocks are divided into categories based on UVA or UVB protection. Some can be irritating on the skin and can cause inflammation depending on each individual. Some UVA chemical sun blocks include, Oxybenzone, Benzophenone, Avobenzone, and Parasol 1789. Some UVB chemical sun blocks include, Cinnamates, which can be highly irritating, Salicylates, PABA (which is not used much anymore due to being a known irritant), Padimate-O and Octocrylene.
There are a wide variety of ingredients used in sun blocks, which can enhance the protective ability of each product. Knowing what is in each product will help you to achieve less sun damage and keep your skin healthy, young and sexy for as long as possible.
So get out there and enough the sun safely!
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Melt Away Stress with a Vacation!
Life is a wonderful thing that we all take for granted sometimes. Amid our busy schedules, we often get caught up in moving forward, meeting goals, achieving agendas, trying to make everyone happy.
While that is all acceptable to some extent, do not forget to take a vacation once in a while. All too often, people keep delaying it, pushing it off, thinking about the financial expense, and a myriad of other reasons to not take one. That, however, is a huge mistake!
Stress is truly one of the worst things that can happen to a person and there is no doubt that many of the serious diseases plaguing the civilized world today can be prevented or even reversed through a reduction in stress levels. Many studies support the positive effects of taking a "time-out" or going on a real vacation.
One of the best and worst things that have happened to us lately is the digital revolution. A vacation is not a vacation when your office comes with you. So leave your laptop at home, turn your cell phone off, and go somewhere - anywhere, even for a day or two! Sounds simple, doesn't it? It really is. Try it and I think you will notice the difference right away.
Going on vacation once or twice a year for even a few days is surely one of the best ways to relax and recharge while also improving your overall health and well being!
Question # 1 What, if any, board certifications does the doctor have?
Question # 2 How long has the doctor been performing this procedure?
Question # 3 Can you look at typical “before” and “after” photos?
Question # 4 Can you speak with an actual patient who had this procedure done?
Question # 5 If the procedure is to be done in an outpatient center or an office, is the facility Medicare certified and state licensed?
Question # 6 Does the office offer financing?
Question # 7 Who will perform the surgery and all of the postoperative care?
Knowing the answers to these 7 important questions will help you decide which surgeon you should favor with your decision.
During your consult with Dr. Speron, the patient will discuss their desired goals on an individual level. Then they will further discuss the course of treatment and potential complications at the appointment time. Please check out the wealth of information on our site by clicking here.
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