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Thread: Sensible skin

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    **SusanNewman** Male

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    UV rays are very harmful for our body. It may cause many problems like sunburn, itching, red spots all over the body, etc. It is important to apply some sunscreen lotion and do prefer wearing sunglasses while you go out as eyes are more sensitive part of the body. This will surly lesser the danger.

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    **Cynthia Myra** Female

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    What a great in information shared here. Thanks all.

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    **Suruchi Puri** Female

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    Too much exposure to UV radiation is thought to be the biggest risk factor for most melanomas. The main source of UV light is the sun. Tanning lamps and booths are also sources of UV light. People with high levels of exposure to UV light are at greater risk for all types of skin cancer.

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    **Garcia Ronald** Male

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    hello guys...

    I agree with Bono, but i want more information about sensible skin and also one question on my mind. What are some tips for protecting my sensitive skin in winter and summer?


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