Dr Bollmann, Skin Care Specialist
One of the main that times we forget to use sunscreen is while driving. That is why the main site of skin cancers in the US are on the LEFT side of the face.
As a long-time advocate of sunblock agents, I still sometimes forget to put sunblock on while driving. And as a frequent driver from Arizona to California, I am now recuperating from my 4th surgery for cancer on the face - all on the LEFT side. Every time my dermatologist sees me, he breaks into a big smile, since I help put his son through medical school.
So I would encourage you to always wear a sunscreen, either physical (hats, clothing), chemical, or both. And use it while driving, especially long distances. Remember, replace it at least every two hours.
Neova has the sunblock I recommend, DNA Damage Control Silc Sheer 2.0, which is Sheer but significant photoprotection with two DNA repair enzymes, two physical screening agents, two light-diffusing factors and EGT, a hyper-antioxidant for complete protection and luminosity. Its universal tint provides a photo finish and makes it perfect if worn alone or as an under-makeup primer. All that + Fragrance and Oil-Free and Highly Water Resistant to 80 minutes. When used with other sun protection measures, DNA Damage Control [SILC SHEER 2.0 | Broad Spectrum SPF 40] decreases the risk of skin cancer and early skin aging caused by the sun. Appropriate for all skin types.
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