Monday, February 6, 2012

Save the Skin You Are IN

A glint of jealousy flashed in the eyes of my fellow adventurers on the jet boat ride out of the Grand Canyon when I whipped out my lightweight mask, secured it to the frame of my sunglasses, and turned to face 60-mile-an hour winds. This handy defense against the elements helped protect my skin from the wind and intense glare of the sun reflecting on the water. Less than an ounce of protection in my pack prevented me from receiving skin damage with no cure. Too Learn more about how to protect yourself from the elements read my complete article in my column on the National Association of Baby Boomer Women's site Save the Skin You are In!

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