• New UV wearable sticker claims to help measure sun exposure

    In the fight against sun damage, a new way to protect yourself may be in the form of a tiny heart-shaped monitor developed by the L’Oreal Paris cosmetic company.

  • Lack of Sunblock Leaves Woman With Permanent Dark Facial Marks

    (NEW YORK) — Kaitlin Menza is fair-skinned and has always been careful when she’s out in the sun, wearing big hats and using lots of sunscreen. One day she didn’t reapply sunblock and ended up…

  • Boys’ Second- and Third-Degree Sunburns Show Dangers of No Sun Protection

    (NEW YORK) — Pictures of two Oklahoma boys with second- and third-degree burns have started to make national headlines after they spent hours at a water park without sun protection, according to their mother. Shaunna…

  • Video explains what actually causes sunburn

    WASHINGTON — Most people take precautions to limit sun exposure and potential skin cancer, but are you familiar with what actually causes sunburn? SciShow recently posted a new video explaining the process, and breaking down…

  • Are spray sunscreens good for children?

    WASHINGTON — They are easy and quick, but spray on sunscreens may not be the best way to protect little kids. These aerosols can be very effective in preventing sunburn. But there are concerns that…

  • Tips to treat that summer sunburn

    Sunburn: The holiday weekend souvenir that nobody wants. A D.C. dermatologist has tips to care for and soothe those sore arms and shoulders.

  • What are the best ways to treat sunburn?

    Despite all the warnings to use sunscreen, burns
    still happen. The key to healing is to keep
    damaged skin cool and moist.