A 92-year-old used sunscreen on her face but not her neck for more than 40 years. The sun damage contrast can be seen in this striking photo. Photo: Twitter
A 92-year-old used sunscreen on her face but not her neck for more than 40 years. The sun damage contrast can be seen in this striking photo. Photo: Twitter
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A photo showing 40 years of sun damage went viral, showing what happened to a 92-year-old woman who used sunscreen on her face but not her neck

  • A skin doctor posted the photo of the face and neck of a woman, 92, who for 40 years used sunscreen on her face but not her neck to show the difference it makes
  • To prevent skin cancer, skin doctors recommend using sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher when the UV index is 3 or above – even in winter and when it’s cloudy

A 92-year-old used sunscreen on her face but not her neck for more than 40 years. The sun damage contrast can be seen in this striking photo. Photo: Twitter
A 92-year-old used sunscreen on her face but not her neck for more than 40 years. The sun damage contrast can be seen in this striking photo. Photo: Twitter
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