Chloe Winstanley

Chloe Winstanley

Chloe Winstanley
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I liked this image because it show how the UV-B doesn't reach as far into the skin as UV-A. This image was found from: https://sites.google.com/site/justhowdamagingareuvrays/home/research-paper

I liked this image because it show how the UV-B doesn't reach as far into the skin as UV-A. This image was found from: https://sites.google.com/site/justhowdamagingareuvrays/home/research-paper

If you follow these steps you will have lower risks of skin cancer. Slip, slop, slap, seek, slide. Protect yourself in five ways from skin cancer. Wear a hat and sun protective clothing, seek shady areas, wear sunglasses and sunscreen.

Even though there are only three words to this picture, there is a great meaning behind it. This is telling you the clothing and protection you need when out in the sun. This picture is teaching us the importance of staying safe out in the sun.

This picture appealed to me beach it is bright and had a cheerful feel to it. We all love a bit of sunshine. I love it to but it all adds up. Every little bit in the sun, anywhere you go the sun will damage unprotected skin. You spend more time in the sun than you think and because it all keeps adding up the more you are in the sun the more of your risks of skin cancer. So make sure you are sun smart and slip, slop, slap, seek, slide.

This picture appealed to me beach it is bright and had a cheerful feel to it. We all love a bit of sunshine. I love it to but it all adds up. Every little bit in the sun, anywhere you go the sun will damage unprotected skin. You spend more time in the sun than you think and because it all keeps adding up the more you are in the sun the more of your risks of skin cancer. So make sure you are sun smart and slip, slop, slap, seek, slide.

This sun shirt interested me because of the design and the colour. You should always wear a sun shirt in the water to protect your arms. Sun shirts can be long or short sleeved but long is always but since it protects more of your arm.

The women's Roxy Neon Tide Rashguard lets you enjoy long days out on the water while helping keep your skin protected from harsh UV light.

There three different types of sunscreen. Melanoma is the most vital type of skin cancer.

This pin shows the three types of skin cancers; the basel cell, squamous cell and the melanoma. It tell us how common is the form of skin cancer, where it is discovered, how fatal it is and who is at risk to this type of skin cancer.

Go to http://www.sunsmart.com.au/ or http://www.cancer.org.au/ for more information about sun protection.

Go to http://www.sunsmart.com.au/ or http://www.cancer.org.au/ for more information about sun protection.

As you can see from this picture UVB rays only reach the first layer of your skin called the Epidermis. Unlike UVA rays which reach the second layer of the skin called the Dermis. This picture was found from: http://www.bananaboat.com.au/sun-facts/what-are-uv-rays/

As you can see from this picture UVB rays only reach the first layer of your skin called the Epidermis. Unlike UVA rays which reach the second layer of the skin called the Dermis. This picture was found from: http://www.bananaboat.com.au/sun-facts/what-are-uv-rays/