Grace Moore-O'Regan

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Teenagers care a lot about their image.  This poster is great shows what their skin would look and feel like with too much sunlight.

Teenagers care a lot about their image. This poster is great shows what their skin would look and feel like with too much sunlight.

This poster shows an example  of a teenager who is doing the wrong thing. Teenagers care a lot about their image, so when they see this picture they will see what you look like when you are sunburnt. This will hopefully persuade them to be sunsafe.

This poster shows an example of a teenager who is doing the wrong thing. Teenagers care a lot about their image, so when they see this picture they will see what you look like when you are sunburnt. This will hopefully persuade them to be sunsafe.

This logo represents the most reliable provider of sun safety information in Queensland. Teenagers would be familiar with and trust it.

the Cancer Council organises the daffodil day every year they sell small daffodil broches and collect donations to go towards their foundation

Teenagers like catchy tunes and and things with a sense of humour. This poster will allow them to remember how to be sunsafe by putting the ideas into a song they are familiar with.

The Skin Cancer Foundation recently named Cassidy Prestidge as the winner of its "Sun Smart U" high school poster contest, which invited students to create a poster teaching teens about sun safety.

These easy steps are a great way to show teenagers what they need to do before going out into sun.

Sun safety poster explains the Slip - Slop - Slap - Seek - Slide. But over time the cancer council has add more to this campaign with seek the shade and slide the shades.

Although this is an American website, thiis poster carries many helpful facts and information about preventing the chances of melanoma.

Sun Safety: Cancer Treatment Centers of America® Provides Sun Safety Tips for Nevadans for National Skin Cancer Awareness Month