Suncare Sundays: The Cost of Sunburn
Sunburn ED visits
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Did you know? The average cost of treating a sunburn is $1132. On this Suncare Sunday: The Cost of Sunburn, we share newly published data from a nationally representative cross-sectional retrospective analysis of the National Emergency Department Sample (NEDS, 2013–2015). Trends in emergency department visits for sunburn show: 82K visits for sunburn. 20% for severe sunburns (80% w …
Suncare Sunday: Sunburn Facts
sunburn
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On this Suncare Sunday: Sunburn Facts, we share newly published data from the CDC showing sunburn incidence in adults and teens, sun exposure behaviors and sun protection basics: Sunburn incidence in adults remains high: 34% of adults report experiencing at least 1 sunburn each year1 Half were outside for more than 1 hour between 10 and 4 pm2 Only 5% reported they were tryin …
Patient Buzz Series: BeautyTok’s “Skin Cycling”
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by Allison Sit on
“Skin Cycling” is the latest BeautyTok trend and it has a dermatologist to thank. Dr. Whitney Bowe created the four-night skincare regimen, which she popularized on social media. The routine includes chemical exfoliation, retinol and recovery to reset the skin and strengthen the skin barrier. Are you ready for questions about the latest beauty trends? Review this list of articles in the con …
Skincare Mondays | Could a week-long beach vacation equal half a year’s sun exposure?
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Could a week-long beach vacation equal half a year’s sun exposure? Americans make more than 400 million visits to the beach every year.1 Studies show UV exposure during vacations makes up to 50% of an individual’s total annual UV exposure.2-6 High-solar-intensity beach settings put patients at risk of UV over-exposure that can lead to acute and chronic health consequences i …
Skincare Mondays | Diversity Under the Sun
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Suncare is important for every skin tone. The risk of sunburn correlates with skin tone - not ethnicity. Sunburn experiences differ across ethnicities. An online survey of 3,597 adults who identified as White, Black, Hispanic and Asian showed sunburns occur across all ethnicities - even the darkest skin tones, but the experience is very different.1 Those who identified as White reported “ski …
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