Gabrielle Anwar’s unique, hot-weather style works in both her major roles — as ammo-loving Fiona Glenanne on the Miami set of the USA hit “Burn Notice” and as mom to her three kids (Willow, 16; Paisley, 8; and Hugo, 6) in real life.
If you don’t look nearly as good as you did 10 years ago then you may be aging a little too quickly. Follow these steps to slow down aging naturally.
As you slather on sunscreen to protect your skin this summer, don’t forget sunglasses to protect your eyes. The same harmful rays that damage skin can also increase your risk of developing eye problems. SUMMER is a great time to plan a vacation and special outdoor activities. Before you begin planning how you and the family will spend the sunny days ahead, here is some information that will help you safeguard your eyes and maintain healthy sight not just this summer but for a lifetime.
Sunburn occurs when skin is burned by exposure to the ultraviolet sun rays. The consequence of this burn is inflammation of the skin, redness, dehydration and skin rashes. One blistering sunburn doubles the likelihood of developing malignant melanoma. Chronic sun exposure causes premature wrinkling and aging of the skin.