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Sunscreen and Your Makeup

What do you think is the most important product in your beauty routine? Cleanser? Moisturiser? Try again. As an often-neglected part of self-care, sunscreen is the most important product you can [...]

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Myth Buster – Does black clothing really absorb more light?

Warm weather fashion probably makes up a big part of your wardrobe, and it also makes up a big part of your sun protection when you’re exposed to UV rays. Common advice says to avoid wearing [...]

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“If I got myself sunburnt, I was in trouble!” Carroten Ambassador Lauren Phillips on how her mum influenced her suncare

It’s the Aussie rite of passage to spend weekends basking in the sun at the beach, family in tow, picnic basket in hand. So our Carroten Ambassador, Lauren Phillips, shares with us how the [...]

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Carroten’s Guide to Self-Care

As we try and navigate our way through these uncertain (and unprecedented) times, now more than ever is when we should be practising a little self lovin’ aka self-care.

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The Differences between a Primary and Secondary Sunscreen

In the long run, a good sunscreen could literally save your life. That’s why it’s so important to choose one that has been scientifically researched and proven to provide high level protection [...]

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A 10 Step Action Plan to Manage Sunburn

Nobody wants to get sunburned, but we get it – it does happen. Sunburn can be painful, unsightly and in extreme cases, even dangerous.

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Myth Buster – Layering Sunscreen to Build Sun Protection

When we’re making the most of the sunny summer days, we want to make sure our skin is as well protected as possible.

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The National SunSmart Schools program

Sun safety education can’t start too early.

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Your Guide to stocking an Epic Beach Esky

Packing a picnic is an essential Australian activity – no one wants to get to the beach and have something missing, and fun in the sun always creates a healthy appetite.

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Know your Skin – Get That Skin Check

Your skin is essential to your wellbeing and it’s important to look after it.

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