Global Warming: Prepare Skin For Travel to Hot/Dry Destinations

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Stay Moisturized & Exfoliated When Traveling to Very Hot & Dry Climates in the USA:

  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Mississippi
  • Hawaii
  • California
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • South Carolina
  • Texas
  • Louisiana

According to the US EPA, Here are Key U.S. Projections about Global Warming: 

  •  By 2100, the average U.S. temperature is projected to increase by about 3°F to 12°F, depending on emissions scenario and climate model.
  • An increase in average temperatures worldwide implies more frequent and intense extreme heat events, or heat waves. The number of days with high temperatures above 90°F is expected to increase throughout the United States, especially toward the end of the century.
  • Climate models project that if global emissions of greenhouse gases continue to grow, summertime temperatures in the United States that ranked among the hottest 5% in 1950-1979 will occur at least 70% of the time by 2035-2064.

    Overall, Northern areas are projected to become wetter, especially in the winter and spring. Southern areas, especially the Southwest, are projected to become drier. Be sure to purchase Healthy Products that keep skin moisturized during travel.


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