Monthly Archives: July 2014

Are you likely to get melanoma or other skin cancer?

I’m not trying to scare anyone, but skin cancer is the #1 cancer in the USA….and sure, one does not want to live a life in fear….but you can certainly do your best to reduce your potential to be one of the statistics….

1. Wear a mineral sunscreen every single day…rain or shine…

2. No tanning salons/tanning booths – EVER!

Deadly melanoma has increased 200% since 1973…that’s a much bigger risk of you getting it… 9000 people die every year from this form of skin cancer…. Read this article to really understand the story… Basal Cell Carcinomas and Squamous Cell Carcinomas are no joke either…

Yes, I’ve had melanoma removed from my face – twice – so I truly understand the meaning of being part of the statistic. Get yourself checked out. If you need to have some skin cancer cut out of you, here are my recommendations as to how you can help your skin heal and repair well

Best advice on scar or wound healing and repair

Check out this SkinCareTV channel video based on my experience at healing and repairing my facial skin after 2 surgeries to remove cancerous melanoma. It discusses what to do directly after surgery, before stitches are removed, after stitches are removed, and long term skin care.

Young skin tends to heal and repair a lot faster than older skin, but all skin can benefit from tried and tested best methods and ingredients. The type, quantity and quality of ingredients in skin care products will definitely impact the speed and long terms results of your healing process. The products I recommend are all available for purchase online.

The information provided here is not meant to diagnose or cure any medical conditions. Please see your doctor or a trained medical professional should you have any concerns.