WVU Medicine dermatologist shares summer skin care tips

During summer, my favorite time of year, you’re outside more often, facing the heat, humidity, chlorine at the pool, or salt water at the beach. And you want your skin to look its best. What steps should you take? WVU Medicine dermatologistDr. Erica Ghareeb tells you how to reduce the toll that summer exposures can have on your skin.

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