Protect your skin from Sun Damage and Skin Cancer

 


SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb., ― One of the best ways to stay healthy during the summer months is to protect your skin from sun damage.

John Blomstedt, DO, of Regional West Physicians Clinic-Skin Clinic and Medical Aesthetic Center, treats patients for skin damage and skin cancer due to excessive sun exposure. He advises people of all ages to apply sunscreen before they head outside for the day, even when it is cloudy outside.

“To protect your skin, apply at least a SPF 30 or higher broad spectrum sunscreen. The SPF number is the level of protection the sunscreen provides against harmful UV rays. R...



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