Sun damage: Separating fact from fiction, featuring Deborah Meaden and Dija Ayodele

Can we all get our sun-fix safely? That’s the question this episode will strive to answer as we separate fact from fiction when it comes to sun damage. Vogue is joined by Dragon’s Den investor Deborah Meaden, who was diagnosed with skin cancer in 2015, as well as skincare expert and aesthetician Dija Ayodele. Together they’ll address important questions such as: what is the minimum SPF every adult and child should be using?; when should they use it?; what skincare needs are unique to people of colour?; is damage reversible?; does it always lead to cancer (answer: no); and how best can people protect themselves and their families?


Boots Macmillan Information Pharmacist

Mole Scanning Service at Boots

Macmillan Cancer Support

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NHS sunscreen and sun-safety information

NHS information on post-sun damage and post-skin cancer care

NHS Vitamin D information

Soltan at Boots

Soltan Sun Safety Partnership at Boots




Soltan Clear & Cool Protect Suncare Mist SPF50

Soltan Kids Protect & Moisturise Suncare Roll On SPF50   

Soltan Kids Protect & Moisturise Lotion SPF50

Soltan Protect & Moisturise Lotion SPF50

Soltan Protect & Moisturise Lotion SPF30

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