Protect your eyes — and your eyelids — from the sun

Chances are, your sun protection routine is missing a key area — one that’s highly vulnerable to potentially deadly skin cancers.
“So many of us protect our bodies and face with sunscreen, but we forget about the delicate area of the eyelid,” said Dr. Jennifer Sivak-Callcott, of Mon Health Oculofacial Surgery.
About 3 million Americans are diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma each year, and the lower eyelid is a common place for this tumor to occur.

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