from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A preparation, often in the form of a cream or lotion, used to protect the skin from the damaging ultraviolet rays of the sun.
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- n. a form of sunblock, often having a lower sun protection factor
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a cream spread on the skin; contains a chemical (as PABA) to filter out ultraviolet light and so protect from sunburn
We get organized with our pails and sécateurs, * sunscreen is applied and hats are donned in anticipation of the hot Provençal sun.
Warship and bore d-g, As long as their are good Xtians like you and Becky Boy around who constantly like to beat down on the liitle guy could you a helping hand, I an quite certain it is going to be very warm where you end up after passing so maybe you and yours can some some sunscreen from the boner before you go.
A: Many experts believe just 15 minutes a few times a week without sunscreen is sufficient and safe for most light-skinned people, but this is controversial.
The US Food and Drug Administration will soon be updating its “Sunscreen Monograph” – the regulatory document that specifies what chemicals can be used in sunscreen formulations, and in what concentrations.
Time to kick back and relax under a shady tree or on the beach slathered in sunscreen, with a cool drink in one hand and a good book in the other.
Your destination may also be a factor; in highly sunny locations, sunscreen is an obvious essential, while if you’re heading to Australia’s north, a mosquito repellent is vitally important.
Hands, like all the skin below your face, are usually forgotten when it comes to sunscreen, which is why we have such extreme skin aging there.
There's this stuff called sunscreen, and it's really good.
An investigation of nearly 1,000 brand-name sunscreen products finds that 4 out of 5 contain chemicals that may pose health hazards or don\'t adequately protect skin from the sun\'s damaging rays.
An investigation of nearly 1,000 brand-name sunscreen products finds that 4 out of 5 contain chemicals that may pose health hazards or don't adequately protect skin from the sun's damaging rays.
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