from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A preparation that prevents sunburn by filtering out the sun's ultraviolet rays, often purported to offer more protection than a sunscreen.
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- n. a cream, to be spread on the skin, containing organic compounds that absorb, and/or titanium dioxide that reflects the sun’s ultraviolet radiation
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
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Even the term sunblock, which the lawsuit says are exaggerated, misleading, and may give consumers a false sense of security.
I'm going to go slather myself in sunblock and see if I can find the riding school now.
Turns out the best kind of sunblock may be SPF beastly.
“It’s called sunblock, and it’s sold at any local grocery.”
Harry, produk Nivea yang masuk di situ justru tidak ada yang 'Nivea Sun' yang khusus sunblock loh, yang di test justru produk 'face care' - ya wajar lah kalau produk 'face care' tidak memberikan perlindungan 'sunblock'
Stock you glovebox, too, with a few first aid and comfort items, such as sunblock, acetominiphen for headaches, a roll of antacids, a few cough drops, and a few bandaids.
For example, when she sends you a letter advising you to wear 'sunblock', you will find that the quality of sunlight has changed and that your skin will begin to tan.
"sunblock" (these products screen but do not block the sun's rays), says Henry Lim, chairman of the department of dermatology at Henry Ford Hospital in Dearborn, Mich., and a spokesman for the Skin Cancer Foundation.
Should that happen I will be in BAD shape, so don't expect me to remember to bring sunblock. link4 comments | post comment navigation viewing
A moisturizer with a strong SPF of at least 50 can be used without an additional sunblock, she says.