By1 week ago
As collegiettes, we know that our summer months are often spent outside, soaking up the sun’s rays at the pool or relaxing on a towel at the beach. But all of those UV rays can wreak havoc on your skin. Even if you don’t burn easily and usually tan, the sun still slowly damages your skin.
The truth is that one bad sunburn can severely increase your risk of skin cancer. Melanoma, a potentially fatal skin cancer, is the most common cancer in young women between the ages of 25 and 29. Much of the damage from the sun in young women occurs in their teens and early twenties....