How to get a summer glow free of melanoma

One American dies of melanoma almost every hour and compared to Caucasian women, fewer Latinas believe it’s important to wear sunscreen daily, if you’re one of them you’re wrong! Believe me,  i’m melanoma survivor! I have a scar on my back to remind me how dangerous the sun can be for your skin.

In this vlog I share with you, my summer fun tips for healthy skin and I tell you, how I manage to have a summer glow without exposing my body to UVA/UVB radiation.

You will also find out, the importance of getting a skin cancer screening at least once a year and why should take adavantage of Neutrogena’s Choose Skin Health™ campaign which, provides the public with the opportunity to get a free skin cancer screening with a dermatologist in their town.

Neutrogena’s Choose Skin Health™ Facebook Page.

Disclosure: This post is compensated in collaboration with Neutrogena and Latina Bloggers Connect.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Good for you, doing this! I always put on Neutrogena SPF 70 when I leave the house — I have recurrent basal cell carcinoma (the non-scary kind of skin cancer) because I’m paying the price of tanning until I burned when I was a teenager.

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