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When Applying Your SPF, Are You Missing This Super Important Area?

ICYDK, it's Skin Cancer Awareness month! When I spray and slather on sunscreen, I like to think that I’m quite thorough; after all, I take great care to ensure my arms, legs, d?colletage, torso, back, hands, and feet are completely covered before I step outside to brave the brutal wrinkle-inducing UVA/UVB sun rays. And I felt good about that, until I was introduced to a tiny little beauty product that busted my beauty bubble.
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