Melanoma is the most severe form of skin cancer. In addition, basal cell and squamos cell cancers can also be potentially dangerous if not treated and monitored.
Everyone’s body is different, but moles may appear even through mid-life.
Yes, anyone can get acne at any age. The best recommendation is to get treatment to avoid permanent scarring.
In terms of everyday use, SPF 15 is ideal for most skin types. If you are going to be in the sun longer than two hours, sunscreen must be reapplied to afford adequate protection. If you anticipate participating in an activity outdoors for several hours, SPF 40 or higher is recommended and should also be […]
In some cases, yes. Because skin types are hereditary, the chances of skin cancer are higher if there is a history of skin cancer in the family. Other risk factors include sun exposure, severe sunburns and the lack of proper sunscreen protection.