Who needs sunscreen?
Everyone. Sunscreen use can help prevent skin cancer by protecting you from the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays. Anyone can get skin cancer, regardless of age, gender or race. In fact, it is estimated that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime.
• FDA is now regulating sunscreens.
• All products will need to be Broad Spectrum covering both UVA and UVB rays along with SPF. All to be on front of bottle.
• All sunscreen with have expiration date on back
• All water resistance claims on front of label must tell time that will get SPF level of protection while swimming or sweating.
• Manufactures can't make claims of waterproof or sweatproof. They are not allowed to identify their products as sunblocks because none proof that the lotions can actually block sun
• Sunscreens with SPF 2-14 will be labeled with a warning. Any sunscreen with SPF less than 15 will only help prevent sunburn and not protect against skin cancer or early aging.
My goal is to be your Age Management Retreat. Ladies, I speak your Age! I'm 60 (!) and have encountered, or will soon, the aging skin issues we 'd like to avoid.