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Your skin is exposed to the sun’s rays 365 days a year from sunup to sundown. While UVB rays are strongest from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. daily, aging UVA rays are as strong at 9 a.m. in late December as they are at 12 p.m. mid-August.

This is why wearing an effective broad-spectrum sunscreen daily is every bit as important in the fall as it is in the summer.


Contact me for more information on how to take better care of your skin…