Category: Skin Cancer

The Sun Is My Vice

Robin Soler with her daughters

“Sun is my vice. It makes me feel good. It’s the root of my family name. Suns hang on the wall in my home reminding me and my children to shine—to be our best. We often speak of “vices” as something that’s okay because we do so many other things right. My vice damaged my skin.” Read More >

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Live and Learn: How Skin Cancer Made Prevention a Priority for Me

close-up of face with more than 20 stitches under the eye

“Even though I knew I had almost every risk factor for skin cancer—a lighter natural skin tone, red hair, and a lot of sun exposure from my teen years as a lifeguard—I fell into the far too common trap of thinking that skin cancer wouldn’t happen to me.” Read More >

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The Truth About Sunscreen: 7 Facts That Will Set You Straight for Skin Protection This Summer

With summer around the corner, smart sun-lovers are planning how to keep their skin safe from sunburn and skin cancer while enjoying the warmer weather. Here are some important facts about sunscreen that will have you loving your skin and the summer at the same time! Read More >

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5 Simple Sun Safety Strategies

Photo of a bech bag, a wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and a towel

Skin cancer can sometimes be deadly, and the treatment often leaves scars. Why take the risk? There are many ways to be sun safe. Find strategies that work for you and your family, so you can keep your skin healthy and still have fun! Read More >

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Protecting Your Skin Is Worth the Effort

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“I wish I could tell 16-year-old me to never start tanning. As a mother, I will try very hard to make sure my children never tan. I want them to know that the skin they were born with is perfect, just the way it is.” Read More >

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