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Skindex / Are you at risk?


Maximum Order: 5

Series : Skin cancer

Published : Unknown
Page Length : 2
Format : Flyer A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : British Association of Dermatologists

Not everyone's skin offers the same level of protection in the sun. This 'skin type' chart gives an idea of how much care is needed in the sun. The reverse side encourages people to slip on a shirt, seek out shade and slap on sunscreen - and to advise a doctor of any changes to a mole or patch of skin.


Skindex save our skin.pdf

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