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  1. Most skin cancer is caused by excessive UV exposure Skin cancer on the eyebrow of a college student

  2. Irregular moles and spots can be a dangerous form of skin cancer called melanoma. Asymmetry Border Irregularity Diameter Color Variation While a deadly form of skin cancer, melanoma can be cured if caught early, by having the cancerous lesion removed.

  3. Proof positive, tanning causes wrinkles! This shows the long term effects of the sun. The pictures show two sides of a truck driver's face. One side was continually exposed to the sun five days a week for many years. The smooth side shows the effects of natural aging without regular sun exposure.

  4. UV damage leads to wrinkles and other problems. Ew! Is peeling and redness really attractive? Who wants to look like a snake shedding their skin? Not celebrities like…. Kate Winslett Liv Tyler Nicole Kidman

  5. Extreme (skin) makeover Contestant #1 Before After With lots of tanning both in booths and on the beach WITHOUT SUNSCREEN.. Nicole would look like…

  6. “..A tan is the skin’s response to an injury and every time you tan you accumulate damage to the skin, as well as accelerate the aging process and increase your risk for skin cancer.” - Dr. Sekula-Gibbs