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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Board-certified dermatologist at Family Medicine Center, Dr. Jaimie Davis is highlighting the importance of protecting the skin from the sun’s UV rays.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The skin, its the body’s largest organ and quite possibly the most vulnerable and as we are currently experiencing extreme temperatures this summer.

Board-Certified Dermatologist at Family Medicine Center, Dr. Jaimie Davis is highlighting the importance of protecting the skin from the sun’s UV rays.

She says the two key things to remember are hydration and sunscreen.

If you do have darker skin, you’re still not off the hook when it comes to using sunscreen, as those uv rays can still affect pigmented skin.

While the market offers a wide array of products to treat a variety of skin conditions, Dr. Davis says these would not be necessary in the long run if you simply use preventative measures early on.

But have no fear, there are treatment options available.

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