Hot Summer Savings
Top San Diego plastic surgeon offers discount on MD SolarSciences™ sunscreen.
As the weather begins to warm up for summertime, Dr. Glynn Bolitho, a San Diego board certified plastic surgeon and Chief of Plastic Surgery at Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla, wants to help everyone stay skin safe.
Dr. Bolitho is discounting his complete inventory of MD SolarSciences™ 10% off the regular retail price for the entire month of June. This manufacturer is considered one of the best which offers an array of solar protection products for the whole family. What shields and nurtures the skin are zinc oxide, titanium dioxide and other excellent ingredients.
MD SolarSciences™ has an impressive roster of products such as:
- Mineral Crème SPF 50
- Mineral Sunscreen Stick SPF 40
- Mineral Crème SPF 30
- Mineral Tinted Crème SPF 30
- Quick Dry Body Spray SPF 40
This sunscreen summer special ends June 30, 2015.
While Dr. Bolitho provides this special summer discount, he wants to make certain everyone follows a healthy skin care regimen by staying sun ray-smart.
The Skin Cancer Foundation is an excellent resource when it comes to offering sound information on skin protection and education. According to this organization’s numbers, more than 3 million people living in the USA are diagnosed every year with skin cancer.
The two most common types of skin cancer are basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. They are in the non-melanoma category. Then there is a third category called melanoma.
Sunscreen is one major avenue to help ward off this disease so being proactive is highly urged.
Skin cancer is being described as one of the most common forms of cancer and the culprit is ultraviolet rays. Including the sun, these rays may also be detected in tanning booths.
Melanoma is considered the most serious form of skin cancer. However, when melanoma is caught in its early stages and treated, the outcome can be very good.
Healthcare professionals are indicating that the cases of skin cancer are increasing; so in addition to implementing sunscreen on a regular basis, it’s highly important to check one’s skin to detect any changes.
A monthly check is optimal.
A simple self-skin care check is called, “ABCD,” which guides people on what to look for. Now do remember, this is never a substitute for seeing a doctor for a skin examination, but executing this every month is an excellent, proactive approach.
What individuals want to monitor is for any alterations in the skin including a growth or mole which has changed shape, color, or size.
The “ABCD” rules are as follows:
A = Asymmetry: Unparalleled halves are located on a skin area.
B= Border: The boundaries are blurred.
C= Color: The skin area appears blotchy with various colors such as black, red, white, brown, and blue.
D= Diameter: The growth of a suspicious area is bigger than 6 millimeters.
Keep these skin safety tips on hand and do remember to apply sunscreen 20 minutes before retreating outdoors and apply it often throughout the day.
To learn more about Dr. Bolitho’s MD SolarSciences™ 10% special, please call (858) 458-5100 or email the office at email@example.com .