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The only difference would be is that because the weather in Israel is so hot, the Israelis would wear less amount of clothes or short versions of clothes and lots of sunscreen and less makeup.
Come prepared – Because the amphitheater is an outdoor setting, guests are advised to bring sunscreen and water.
From a performance stance, this sunscreen is pretty exceptional.
Ecologists believe red pigments in deciduous trees act as sunscreen, antioxidants and antifreeze so the trees can hold on to dying leaves longer while absorbing more of the nutrients produced by photosynthesis.
Ozone acts as an atmospheric sunscreen, filtering out lots of the sun’s ultraviolet B radiation, which can cause skin cancer and kill phytoplankton, the base of the food chain in the ocean.
Apply it thoroughly every two hours and check the expiration dates as sunscreen does expire
Here's a revelation that won't shock anyone: sunscreen is important for your health.
Put on that sunscreen and enjoy these low-rain-chance days.
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