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The summer holidays are now and happening and whether staying at home, or travelling abroad, professional advice from totalhealth pharmacies can make things easier.
Award-winning skin expert Pauline Cawley is just back from the prestigious International Institute of Anti Ageing awards in London.
As the summer holiday season begins, whether you are holidaying at home or jetting off to sun-drenched shores, Weirs Pharmacy have some tips to keep you and your family safe in the sun. UV rays are at their strongest between 11am and 3pm, so take to the shade as much as possible between these times. Use natural shade or a parasol. One of the simplest things you can do is to protect against UV is to cover up. Wear a top with a collar, three-quarter length sleeves and three-quarter length trousers. Tightly woven fabrics let fewer UV rays through, but stretched fabrics give less protection so wear loose-fitting clothes.
Award season is well and truly upon us with the BAFTA’s taking place only a few days ago and the biggest awards of all, the Oscars, taking place in LA this weekend.
The Government has this week published legislation that will prohibit operators of sunbed premises from allowing anyone under 18 to use sunbeds.
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Healthy, youthful and protected skin is always on-trend. Besides preventing sunburn, wearing a UVA/UVB sunscreen daily is defence against premature ageing, wrinkles, sun spots, and most importantly, skin cancer. Skin damage from sunlight builds up with continued exposure, whether sunburn occurs or not.
Don’t shun the sun this summer is the message from Redken whose new Colour Extend Sun range promises to protect summer locks.
Are you longing for a break in the sun or just hoping that our Irish summer will be one to remember for all the right reasons? If so, then sun protection will be high on your priority list.
Does your skin need a boost? Is it showing the effects of winter and too many late nights?