May Is For Mom's Time In the Sunshine And Skin Cancer Awareness Month

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May Is For Sunshine Time With Sun Therapè Pro Sport

Skin Cancer Awareness Month and Mother’s Day Put The Spotlight On Busy Mom’s Health

Monday, May 1, 2017 – The best gift for busy moms this May is time in the sunshine. The weather is warming, flowers are blooming, kids are still in school, and busy mothers need to get outside and enjoy a run, tennis, yoga, or a stroll. Keeping mom’s health top of mind, Sun Therapè Pro Sport is specifically urging women to wear proper sun protection, as May is also Skin Cancer Awareness Month.

When mom is at the park, she’s usually applying sunscreen on kids and not herself. A lot of focus is placed on young women in tanning beds, but the main cause of skin cancer is still ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun. According to the American Cancer Society, women aged 49 and under have a higher probability of developing melanoma than any other cancer except breast and thyroid cancers.

Ultraviolet sun radiation not only leads to skin cancer, but UVA rays penetrate deeply into skin to damage collagen and elastin resulting in the signs of premature aging; more worries that mom doesn’t need. Fine lines, age spots, hyper pigmentation and broken capillaries do not belong on Mom’s ‘To-Do’ lists. Giving mom time outside means simplifying her life with an ultra absorbent crème moisturizer that provides superior sun protection.

Sun Therapè Pro Sport created some ‘Simple Steps’ for sun protection to coincide with Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Urging mothers and other women to embrace their ‘sunhat style’, it’s critical to always wear and re-apply sunscreen. Available in a convenient 22 ml size, mothers can put Sun Therapè Pro Sport on, and in their purse this month and every month.  

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