I knew apply sunscreen daily is a must, have been doing it for years, but wow never expected this
Here is a link that might be useful: sun damage
Yes, this is eye-opening! Thank you for sharing.
I went under one of these UV lights at a health fair maybe 8-10 years ago. The nurse said I had one of the least amounts of sun damage she had ever seen. That was pretty reasuring. I do use Olay every day.
Wow, that is very eye-opening. More people should see this. Thanks.
Whoa! Just sent this to DD and DSs. Thanks!
I have been sending it round to friends and family. I have a sister who never wears sunscreen, I 'preach' to her all the time, but as they say a picture (a video in this case) is worth a thousand words I found the sunscreen part very interesting, when they say sunscreen blocks the sun, it literally does!
Oh jeez, my skin looks like the UV-light version without the UV light... Can't imagine what I'd look like under that light! I use lots of sunscreen now but in the 80s...well, skin cancer hadn't been invented yet.
Rose abbey, success!! Dd and her boyfriend are in Miami Beach for the weekend and I texted them both the YouTube link. She didn't want to watch it, but he did, and promptly went out and purchased 50 SPF sunscreen and they are both wearing it. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
That's great kswl! Hoping alot of people who dont use sunscreen see this video and do the same.