Hugh Jackman treated for skin cancer once again, says #wearsunscreen

Logan desires you to use sun block, kids.

Australian star, Hugh Jackman, shared an image of himself with a plaster on his nose on Facebook Tuesday, covering a non-melanoma cancer which he simply had actually gotten rid of. It’s the 6th time he’s needed to go through treatment.

“Another basal cell cancer,” Jackman composed on Twitter. “Thanks to regular body checks and incredible physicians, all is well. Looks even worse with the dressing on than off. I swear! #wearsunscreen”

It’s not the very first time Jackman’s gone under the knife for skin cancer-related factors.

The post comes simply over a year after Jackman shared a selfie where he sported a plaster on his nose, where likewise had a basal cell cancer.

Jackman was very first identified with the skin cancer back in 2013, after his better half Deborra-Lee Furness prompted him to obtain the mark on his nose inspected . He spoke with People about the continuous concern in 2015.

“Its constantly a little bit of a shock simply hearing the word ‘cancer,'” Jackman informed the publication. “Being an Australian, its a typical thing. I never ever used sun block maturing so I was a prime prospect for it.”

Basal cell cancer is a non-melanoma skin cancer , and is thankfully not deadly.

Still, constantly keep in mind to place on that sun block, y’ all.