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Because tanned skin is so important that the chance of killing yourself off with cancer doesn't matter anymore.

The original and still the world’s best selling UV eye protection, Super Sunnies® Classic Eyeshields have offered uncompromising protection for your eyes both indoors and outdoors since 1957

Here's a few statistics that might come in handy for your protection.

One in five Americans will get skin cancer in the course of their life.ly created an infographic to display "Skin Facts for Life," a educational graphic exposing skin cancer risks and defense mechanisms.

A clever route of campaigning for skin cancer awareness.

A beach sign that reads “Take a Break From The Sun“. As can be seen in the image above, the message is created by reversed type that casts a shadow on the sand. Pinned by Ignite Design & Advertising, Inc. www.

The standing point of this board. Spread awareness, guys, so we can gain greater attention to prevent the disease!

The flavonoid, Curcumin has anti-inflammatory and anti-cancerous properties. Curcumin plays an important role in slowing down skin cancer which occurs due to over exposure to ultraviolet rays in the sunlight.

This... is a good idea.

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Where does skin cancer happen? This infographic highlights the areas most susceptible.

This Mama Cooks is a site about healthy recipes and lifestyle tips for busy moms and their families. This infographic explains which parts of the body are most susceptible to skin cancer. You can also gather education travel information from this site.

One in four of these people have, have had or will have skin cancer. Don't be the one.

One in four of these people have, have had or will have skin cancer. Don't be the one.

Remember guys, to be wary of UV and don sunscreen at the beach!

Sun Safety Alliance: Sun Protection Essential Even On Cloudy Day. This is important as it says things about UV rays.

The bitter truth.

Pale is the new tan. My husband battles with melanoma skin cancer everyday!