Rodney Times : January 11th 2011
11 RODNEY TIMES, JANUARY 11, 2011 NEWS Hopper Developments Ltd Phone now on 09 427 0090 or 0800 629 476 65 Tauranga Place, Orewa • ww w.maygroveorewa.co.nz View us on Trade Me Properties Apartments from $220,000 Want the ultimate lifestyle? OPEN 7 DAYS 7.30am - 6.30pm „ Corner SH1 & East Coast Rd, Silverdale Where quality and service count Phone 09 426 5039 Fax 09 426 5031 Specials available from 10/01/11 to the 16/01/11 or while stocks last HANDCRAFTED IN STORE BARON'S MANUKA SMOKED FREE RANGE MIDDLE BACON 500G $12.00 BARON'S FREE RANGE PORK LUNCHEON $10.99KG BARON'S CONTINENTALS (MANUKA SMOKED/READY TO EAT) SPANISH CHORIZO CABONOSSI PEPPERONI STICKS $19.99KG BARON'S GREEK LAMB SAUSAGES $10.99KG BARON'S BUTCHERS BEST BEEF SAUSAGES $12.99KG BARON'S BEEF BURGERS $12.99KG WHOLE BEEF SIRLOINS $19.99KG GOLD MEDAL 2010 NZ SAUSAGES COMP SILVER MEDAL 2010 NZ SAUSAGES COMP 3309303AC D C m ve N Cra S Considered by many to be the ery best on the North Shore afted with Care, Precision & Creativity Phone now for a FREE consultation Smile! 2648747AO Making Sense of Suncare What is an SPF and why aren't most of us getting the protection on the label? And why does driving in a car with closed windows still put you at risk of skin cancer? Care Chemist helps you to make sense of your everyday suncare choices. SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor. "It gives an indication of how much protection the sunscreen has against the burning rays of the sun" says Thilina, pharmacist at Manly Care Chemist. "The higher the number, the greater your protection. Our latest brochure helps you choose which SPF is best for your skin type." It's an amazing fact that most of us using sunscreen today, may be getting less than 10% of the sun protection we need, simply because we don't apply the required amount1. Studies show that we're only applying quarter to half of what we need. Applying quarter of the required amount of a SPF 30+ sunscreen may provide you with a signifcantly lower SPF. Ask your Care Chemist pharmacist about the correct amount to ap- ply and the "teaspoon rule". UVA rays are res- ponsible for wrinkles and premature aging, while UVB rays cause sunburn. Both can cause skin cancers. The most protective products are referred to as broad spectrum and protect against both UVA and UVB rays. The glass used in cars does block the UVB rays that cause burning. However, unless it is specially tinted, it does not block the UVA rays, which over time, may cause skin cancer. Research has shown long term sun damage occurs more often in drivers than passengers, possibly because of lack of protection through open windows or be- cause side window glass does not screen UV rays2 "So remember to wear a broad-spectrum sunscreen every day and while you're driving too " says Antony, pharmacist at Orewa Care Chemist. "Babies and toddlers should always be out of the sun and can be protected with a window shade while in the car." Care Chemist has got lots of great tips on how you can get the most out of your sunscreen this summer. It's best to apply your sunscreen 20 minutes before going out into the sun because that's how long sunscreen takes to start working. You always need to re-apply every two hours. Even water resistant sunscreen may be removed by towel drying so make sure you re-apply after getting out of the water. Of course remember to cover up as well. Hats, shirts and sunglasses all help to increase your sun protection. Seek shade, especially between 11am and 4pm. Make sense of your sun care today at your local Care Chemist. Thilina is a pharmacist at Manly Care Chemist, 53B Rawhiti Rd in Manly Village and Antony is a pharmacist at Orewa Care Chemist, 312 Hibiscus Coast Highway, Orewa. Or visit the new Orewa Medical Care Chemist at 8D Tamariki Ave, Orewa. 1 Faurschou A, Wulf H. The relation between sun protection factor and amount of sunscreen applied in vivo. British Journal of Dermatology 2007;156:716-719 2 Butler S, Fosko S. Increased prevalence of left-sided skin cancers. J Am Acad Dermatol, published online Mar 2010. Antony, pharmacist Orewa Care Chemist Thilina, pharmacist Manly Care Chemist Advertorial SunSense Ultra & SunSense Sport Milk SunSense Sunscreens 500ml Exclusive to Care Chemist Not everything makes sense like SunSense. 10% OFF Offer ends 30/1/11. While stocks last. A metre square sign with ''art'' in corrugated lettering on a painted ply panel, worth $700, was taken around January 4 from outside an art gallery at 160 Matakana Rd, Warkworth. Gallery owner Hugh Brading wants it back and has notified police. He's had signs taken before so photographed it just in case. Anyone with information can contact Warkworth police on (09) 425-8109 or Mr Brading on (09) 425-9280. Seen this?
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