While parents often struggle to encourage teenagers to use sun protection, New Day Skin is stepping in to spread awareness and use, through youth-centric products and communications. To ready more about the article from www.lsnglobabl.com click here With sun damage continuing to be a major health concern, Sylvie Giret, founder of Skinergies, spoke to LS:N Global about why SPF products need to move from protection to prevention.
Source: Courier Mail, Sunday, April 18, 2021 Sisters’ sunscreen aimed at tweens! Queensland identical twin sisters have created a less slimy, pleasant-smelling sunscreen to target youths who aren’t getting the sun-smart message. Brisbane mums Angela Tallon and Joanne Harding are behind the new brand of sunscreen which targets the demographic least likely to be using the product – tweens and teens. Queensland Health data shows in 2020, 49 per cent of children were sunburnt. The report revealed that 32 per cent, or nearly a third of Queensland children, had been burnt five or more times – enough to increase the...
Parents often feel that the frustration involved in trying to get their teenager to wear sunscreen is not worth the argument. So how do we persuade these teenagers who are gradually gaining more independence and control over their lives, that the daily application of sunscreen is of the utmost importance.