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College dorm rooms are notorious for a lot of things, but ample space isn’t one of them. Unless you’re commuting from home or living in a sprawling house off campus, chances are storage space is at a premium which is why it’s more important than ever to head up to school with a smart beauty strategy.
There are certainly a few things you’ll want on hand. Concealer to hide dark circles and imperfections, mascara to make you look more awake, brown eye-liner to do double duty as an eyeliner and brow filler, sunscreen because no matter what the season or the weather you need to protect your skin, and other products that aren’t universal-for-all such as acne appropriate skincare and the right
In case you’ve been living under a rock, May is Skin Cancer Awareness month and dermatologists, the American Academy of Dermatology, and countless skincare and beauty brands have been doing their part to educate consumers on the dangers of playing in the sun and bronzing recklessly.
But in spite of this mountain of warnings to wear SPF, apparently many of us continue to go out in the sun without sunscreen, tempting the fates. Shockingly, even those who have been diagnosed with melanoma are still disregarding warnings to be sun safe. According to findings recently presented by researchers at Yale University, more than a quarter of people who have had melanoma say they never use sunscreen