Will Christie Brinkley’s teenage daughter Sailor look just as great as her mom when she turns 60? What about Jada Pinkett Smith’s teen daughter Willow, when she turns 42? Tune into this special Mother’s Day webisode of Skinpact News, “Like Mother, Like Daughter … Not Necessarily,” to learn from Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields why its you, and not your mom, that’s in the driver’s seat when it comes to controlling your skin’s destiny.

With every change of season comes new fashion, and we’ve all succumbed to that “look of the moment” skirt or dress … only to toss it into fashion purgatory after it is replaced by a new trend. Meanwhile, the tried-and-true classics in our closet, like the little black dress, remain the wardrobe staples we can always count on to help us look our best.

The phenomenon known as the “paradox of sunscreen” pertains specifically to UVA light. In spite of the wide­spread use of sunscreen over the past 30 years, photoaging and skin cancer rates have continued to rise. If sunscreens were effectively protecting us, this would not be the case.