The Talk: Your Best Beautiful
Warmer weather may make you want to shed extra layers of clothing, but The Talk’s Julie Chen said you might need your clothes to help protect your body from harmful UV rays emitted by the sun. Summer Skin-Saving Secrets with Your Best Beautiful were revealed by Olay spokesperson Hillary Fogelson, a skin cancer survivor.
The Talk: Fashionable Sun Protective Clothing
How can you tailor your wardrobe to protect your skin? “Think about how you’re spending time outside, and then invest in one or two pieces that fit with your lifestyle,” Fogelson said. She added that it’s easier to find fashionable protective clothing than it used to be.
The Talk: Olay Total Effects Review
As a four-time Melanoma survivor, Hillary Fogelson said on The Talk that daily sun protection is key, but you have to find a product that works for you. She said she uses the Olay Total Effects product line.
This includes Olay Total Effects Daily Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 30. She said that it uses “solar sheer technology” to reduce the appearance of age spots and improve skin texture.
The Talk: Ultraviolet Protection Factor
A runway model showed off one example of a look that can protect you but still look great in the summer. Look for clothing with UPF sun protection (Ultraviolet Protection Factor). The benefits of these clothes may include cooling or ventilation, to keep you from feeling too warm.
Wear a wide brimmed hat and don’t be shy about those oversized sunglasses. They could save your health! Look for a tag or sticker indicating the UV protection from your sunglasses.
The Talk: UPF 50 Clothing Options
Don’t break the bank when buying a new wardrobe. Choose a few pieces you can mix and match with other favorite clothing items. Look for a UPF 50 Cardigan that you can throw on. There are also lightweight denim-style pants with UPF protection.
The Talk: Shop Your Closet & Denim UV Protection
Shop your closet, Hillary said on The Talk. Some clothes you already have could protect you from the sun, like denim. Black leggings are good, because dark colors give you more protection.
A baseball cap or fedora won’t protect your neck or ears from the sun. Have you ever thought about how your wardrobe affects your sun exposure?
Hillary Fogelson told Aisha Tyler that she has been cancer-free for two years, and she encouraged everyone to take easy steps to make sun protection a priority. She thanked Olay for partnering with skin cancer survivors to share their stories.
Find them on social media with the hashtag #OlayStories.