With skin cancer on the rise in the United States, sun safety is always in season and it is important to protect your skin from sun damage throughout the year. Making sun safety an everyday habit with these tips can help lower your chances of getting skin cancer and protect against signs of sun damage such as wrinkles and age spots.
The Office of Human Resources will be handing out COOLA sunscreen and moisturizing after-care lotion samples for all faculty and staff. COOLA uses the freshest, most potent natural and organic ingredients by incorporating antioxidant-rich Plant Protection into sunscreens.
WHERE: Kellogg Plaza outside of Starbucks
WHEN: 11:30-12:30 or until we run out
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