During the cold winter months, I bet most of you don’t think about sunscreen. Why would you? It’s 7 degrees outside, we’re bundled up from head to toe, and the sun is nowhere to be found, but OH CONTRARE!
According to Dr. Craig Austin, the risk of certain kinds of skin cancer, like squamous cell and basal cell carcinomas, accumulates steadily over a lifetime. Every time you’re exposed to the sun without protection—even in winter—you increase the likelihood of developing one of these cancers. Daily sun exposure will also accelerate the skin’s aging process. Ultraviolet (UV) rays can cause permanent damage to unprotected skin, penetrating through to the second layer and causing the collagen and elasticity to deteriorate.
Dr. Craig, is so passionate about healthy skin that he developed the AB Skincare line.
AB Skincare is the perfect way to keep every part of your body healthy and soft. I, personally, had the opportunity to try the AB baby on my children. It is chemical-free sunscreen with SPF 30 specially formulated for the sensitive skin of babies and children starting at six months old. With vitamins A, C, E and green tea extract, AB baby provides the highest level of broad-spectrum protection available.
Not only will it protect your baby’s skin, but it also smells wonderful! Being a kid at heart, I just HAD to try it on MY skin and must admit that it rubbed on so smoothly. It wasn’t thick and dull like most sunscreen lotions are. Within seconds, it had completely vanished into my skin leaving it soft and protected. It’s our best defense when we’re out at the playground or in the back yard. Remember, it’s never too late to start protecting your families skin, even in the dead of winter.
To learn more about AB Skincare products visit their website at: www.abskincare.com. You can purchase AB baby sunscreen for only 30.00.
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