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Proven Fact: Sunscreen Slows Aging

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In a recent Local 6 News interview, Dr. Tace Rico of Florida Center for Pediatric Dermatology talks about the importance of sunscreen, not just as a protection against sunburn, but also as a way to slow the effects of aging. A study four year study conducted in Australia has shown that using sunscreen on a consistent basis actually slows the signs of aging. In addition, high-priced anti-aging skin creams such as Elizabeth Arden anti-wrinkle cream (retails for $129) offer the same benefit as a $5 bottle of Equate sunscreen or a $7 bottle of Neutrogena sunscreen. Watch the video to learn more about how you can save money and look younger, all while enjoying the Florida sunshine. To learn more about Florida Center for Pediatric Dermatology, please call 407.303.1687 or request an appointment on our website.