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One more map shows you today's daytime highs it is going to be sunshine heat and hot out in Phoenix terrorism.
Recently I've mentioned.
Phoenix last is that because it's very sunny out there that's one of sunny spots in America dermatologist doctor Julie -- is with the she's a spokesperson for the Skin Cancer Foundation.
Injuries aside warranted the morning.
We've got new guidelines don't we on and on who needs to put on stuff on their face -- an SPF of some.
We do these are really welcomed guidelines the FDA has long announced -- long awaited changes made in how -- -- screen needs to be labeled so it has had broad spectrum what does that mean.
Exactly so in the past people would go and look for something -- the highest the F thinking they are protecting himself but now that's not enough.
And Seles the sun screen let's say it has broad spectrum protection meaning it protects against politics shortly lengthy beat these -- that burn you as well as -- EA raids.
So they can't just say SPF it's got to protect equally against a -- -- -- his okay and also maybe -- water resistant not waterproof.
Got to put it on every two hours I didn't realize that what happens is just get soaked up.
Exactly even if you're not sending -- SBV aside every two hours because -- loses its efficacy of the sun changes the chemicals.
He White Sox so every forty minutes or eighty minutes of your swimming or every two hours.
Now this morning in the 5 o'clock hour before I had my.
Enabling and applied.
You took a picture of my face.
With the machine and let's take a look at the images I think of his screen left -- Palin shows mean normally and then you've got brown -- then read Steve what are the.
You've got it so what this shows you is the damage that -- -- that this standard photography doesn't capture.
The -- image is pig our Melanie and none in his -- your body produce is in response to sun exposure because it's getting damaged you want to protect itself and makes an umbrella -- to protect you from further damage.
The red is a little bit of inflammation and some dilated or in large vessels that are also related to sun damage so really says -- had a lifetime of sun exposure.
Yeah I've been out in the sun -- you know I'm in my fifties a lot of people you remember back in the day where you probably don't.
But people would go out in the sun and they just put on baby.
Oil and reflectors.
That's right put that thing and hear your can they get some sun screens here you'll have a favorite.
Make you know I I really depends on what -- who your protecting what -- protecting.
For my face they really like something that feels like it has physical blockers and it sell you something it has zinc oxide and titanium dioxide and it does have really affected broad spectrum sunscreens.
And also something that is new with the guidelines is you should use one ounce which is a shot glass full of sunscreen.
Every -- and replayed every few hours and that means that your -- -- should be -- season after season is to be going through it pretty quickly in a week vacation.
Okay by the way we like to thank can field imaging systems for what -- there.
Reveal image camera that made me look.
Kind of funny but now I need to talk to my dermatologist Larry doctor Julie Karen was a pleasure thank you very much --
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