Recent Examples of sunscreen from the Web
Take sunscreen and water, and wear protective clothing.
American summers have always smelled to me like a sticky puddle of cherry Popsicles, the stale smell of freezer burn, and plasticky sunscreen.
Sonya Dakar: Spend $75 and get a free GRABxGO sunscreen trio for face and lip ($46 value).
Anyone who rode the Metrolink from Los Angeles to San Diego over the past decade might have spotted Sam along the shore: slathered in sunscreen to protect his alabaster skin, waves up to his waist, hurling footballs over five-foot swells.
Fans are advised to dress properly for the heat, drink lots of fluids and apply their sunscreen.
Time to charge your cellphone, pack some sunscreen, grab your tickets and figure out a parking plan.
Summer beach days are for sandcastles, sunscreen, and much needed relaxation, but in Alabama, a flesh-eating bacteria is keeping people far from the shores.
This sunscreen is formulated with coconut oil and botanicals, which combine in a truly natural SPF blocker.
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First Known Use of sunscreen
SUNSCREEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sunscreen for English Language Learners
: a lotion that you put on your skin to prevent sunburn by blocking out some of the sun's rays
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Definition of sunscreen for Students
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