Remember Your Sunscreen!

Health Tip Tuesday – Remember Your Sunscreen!

Spring, Summer, and good weather is coming quick! Did you know that prolonged sun exposure can be harmful to your veins? If you are a fair-skinned person, sun exposure can cause spider veins on the cheeks or nose. As the weather gets better and you spend more time in the sun, remember to wear sunscreen to protect your skin and limit spider veins.

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