Recent Examples of sunscreen from the Web
The Consumer Reports study design was misleading and made people distrust their sunscreen for no reason.
The council asks volunteers to bring gloves, brooms, rakes and clippers if possible, and to wear protective clothing, sunscreen and a hat.
This daily treatment bridges that gap between sunscreen and high quality face treatment.
Just a tip: To get colors off easily after the festival, organizers suggest using a bit of a separation barrier between the colors and your skin and hair — like sunscreen or hair oil — before the event.
If technicolor sun care isn't your thing, that's okay too, just layer your sunscreen on over your moisturizer after it's totally absorbed into your skin.
My favorite sunscreen is Le Tan’s SPF50+ Coconut Sunscreen Lotion.
Yung recommends combating these effects by wearing sunscreen and a hat, even using an umbrella during the daytime.
All that's left to do is to buy some reef-safe sunscreen and a beach towel.
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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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