A woman living in Dublin, Ireland did something pretty bold. She went ahead and started a Facebook page to showcase something that none of us ever want to deal with. I’m talking about precancerous cells.
The woman spent a full decade living in Crete and while there, she spent a ton of time tanning. Her objective, to look as good as possible. While in Ireland, she would spend lots of time in tanning beds. Another thing that she paid no attention was wearing sunscreen. Basically, it sounds like she thought she was invincible with sun damage not having a chance. Things have since taken a turn for the worse. Find out what happened to her skin and what she’s doing to spread awareness.
Basically, it sounds like she thought she was invincible with sun damage not having a chance. Things have since taken a turn for the worse. Find out what happened to her skin and what she’s doing to spread awareness.
Mags Murphy Shares Precancer Photos of Her Skin On Facebook
I’m sure you’ve figured out by now that Mags Murphy has the unfortunate luck of being diagnosed with having precancerous skin cancer cells. They are on her face and she’s currently undergoing a painful treatment to have them removed.
Mags is applying a skin cream that’s literally going to burn the cells out. It’s an intense process but she’s determined to beat this condition. Mags Murphy has taken things to a whole new level to spread awareness. The cream that she’s applying is known as Fluorouracil cream and it’s specially formulated to help kill abnormal cells formed due to Actinic Keratosis (AK).
If she chose to not take action on this, it would leave her with a 10% chance of the cells developing into what’s known as squamous cell carcinoma. Mags Murphy has started a Facebook page to show everyone the recovery process. She’s doing this to increase awareness and I have to say that it’s working!
We’re huge advocates for protecting yourself from the sun. In fact, I can’t tell you how many articles we’ve written with mention of sunscreen, sun protection and everything else. We’ve listed reasons why you need to avoid tanning beds, direct UV ray exposure and more.
We’re wishing Mags Murphy the best and doing our part to help her spread awareness. Feel free to visit her Facebook page for more information by clicking here. Help her by sending this to anyone that you know neglecting their skin.
In the event that you need some advice on how to protect your skin from sun damage, feel free to contact me. I’m happy to assist with anything that I can to save both you and your skin from becoming damaged. Thankfully, you can reverse sun damage if it’s not too bad. However, there’s a difference between sun damage and precancerous skin cells.