• 25Aug

    I need a moisturizer that has an spf of at least 30? Anyone have any recommendations?

    There is this sunscreen by Neutrogena that is non greasy, light, and has a high SPF, mine is 70, I have the link, it has so many great features, it feels like it’s not even there. Really, you should try it.

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  • 18Aug

    The best time to lay out in the sun is between 1 and 4 in the afternoon when the sun is slightly lower in the sky and the harmful rays are shorter. Wear a high SPF sunscreen when laying out in the sun with beauty tips from a certified aesthetician in this free video on skin care.

    Expert: Kelli LaBar
    Bio: Kelli LaBar is a practicing aesthetician and makeup artist in Wilmington, N.C.
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  • 18Aug

    I live in Florida where it’s HOT HOT HOT! I like to go out often but i get worried because i get too tanned, i mean it’s normal for white people to want to get tanned but I’m Asian I’m already tan and i don’t want to get any darker, so how do i protect my skin from getting more tan? Which is the best cream lotion or whatever to do this?

    think of yourself lucky.
    i live in FL to but instead of getting tan i get burnt.
    my dad says "oh your sunburnt" and i say no i’m not because i’m always red on my arms.


    this sunscreen will be good because it’s 85spf so it will also last longer.
    so put it in on the morning and you should be good for a while.
    but also if you are going to put it on every day i would google sunscreen harm because it can damage.
    Neutrogena is also a trusted brand so it should help!


    this one is also good, because it is ment to be put on daily so it shouldn’t have as much harm. It’s SPF 50 so it will also last longer. Banana boat is also a good brand.


    this a good thing and it should last a while and this is a GO GREEN product.

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  • 11Aug

    I didn’t know and used kid sunscreen on my baby who is 5 months. Then I saw on the bottle that it wasn’t recommended for babies under 6 months. Why is that? Will my baby be okay? Has anyone else ever done the same thing? We were out in the sun all day and I just thought kid sunscreen would be fine. Now I am nervous…

    As long as you use small amounts, your baby should be fine.

    Here is what I found on iVillage.com:

    There are two very important reasons for not overusing sunscreen in young babies:

    1. Infants and children have what is called a high body surface to volume ratio. What this means is that proportionately babies have more skin for the size body as compared to an adult. Sunscreens are made of chemicals. On the older child and adult, the chemical exposure is relatively minimal because the body surface ratio is smaller than a baby. Therefore, babies get a higher "dose" of sunscreen than do those older. While this exposure would most likely not cause any problems, the likelihood of an adverse reaction is greater.

    2. Babies have a mildly impaired mechanism to keep cool by sweating. In addition, they have a greater risk of becoming dehydrated due to heat. Sunscreen can somewhat impair effective cooling by perspiration, so placing it on an infant could be detrimental.

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  • 11Aug

    I’m Asian, and I tan so so easily, which worries me, because I don’t know if the sunblock/sunscreen is working.
    Also, I can’t stop in the middle of practice to reapply sunblock/sunscreen. (Practice is like 1 hour and a half for me)

    blue lizard is the best. i get it from the dermatologist office, but you don’t have to see one to get it. you can just go in and purchase the sunscreen. a good cheaper one is bullfrog.

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