I'm in the should have took care club, moles cut out, sun damage on face and a new lens due to a cataract.I've been a mullet-wearer for many years now...
Keeps the sun off neck and ears when it's hot, and keeps the wind off when it's cold!
Reduces need to slather Factor 50 on back of neck, ears, etc.
Dermatologists recommend if you are outdoors in this country, regardless of weather, between April and September, wear sun protection. I'm paying the price these days with various bits of skin damage through not taking enough protection in my youth.
I'm in the should have took care club, moles cut out, sun damage on face and a new lens due to a cataract.
Similar stuff happening to me, though I tan easily. Years of working outdoors in the past have taken their toll and your’e right about the crusty horrors ....horrible.I've had...
- A carcinoma cut out the back of my casting hand (5 stitches)
- Damage in scalp - biopsied and turned out to be non-cancerous, so it's just festering away, long-term. Builds up into a big lump of crust over time that needs removed by rubbing olive oil into it. Gives me the heeby-jeebies!
- Actinic keratosis on left cheek burned off with liquid nitrogen (also had attempt to burn the scalp thing off with liquid nitrogen, but it returned)
- Actinic keratosis on right cheek and in eyebrow. I keep them at bay with 'Solaraze' gel - which amazingly is the same diclofenac gel you rub into sore muscles!