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    Default Choice of Sunscreen

    Hi frens! Recently i have tried using Nivea sunscreen, couldn't say i am extremely satisfied. Just curious which sunscreen do you guys use and are u satisfied with the result.

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    I use La Roche Posay and have for awhile now. I am very happy with it.

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    **Brenda** Female

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    i use anti-aging daily lotion 15spf with preventhalia. i use this on a daily basic for my face and arms. if i go somewhere that i am going to be in the sun a lot i use banana boat spf50 tear free baby lotion.

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    **clara kim** Female

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    SkinCeuticals Sheer Physical UV Defense SPF 50 because its transparent works well under makeup plus I live in California with a lot of sun so I need the spf 50! I absolutely hate getting dark

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    Hi,
    The Memorial Day weekend will bring weather good enough to be slithering on the sunscreen at least every two hours when outdoors.
    And to know which are the best products to put on your skin during the unofficial start of summer, the May issue of Consumer Reports rated 18 top-selling sunscreens. The products ranged from SPF 30 to SPF 75+ and were lotions, sprays, or a spray foam.

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    **anglina joe** Female

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    hi
    i used different sunsreen but i satisfied wit pounds.

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    **Zelda bacon** Female

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    I use Lotus's SPF 40 sunscreen , it acts a base cream , a foundation and a sunscreen for me. But if anyone has crossed her mid 20's , she should concentrate more on anti aging creams than any sunscreens.

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    I use a well known sunscreen called the British weather. Should the sun shine, I like banana boat products.

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    **John Smith** Male

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    you can either go for Vichy or La Roche Posay

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    **aramintaroxana** Female

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    There are so many products available in the market, but you should ask to the skin specialist. He will suggest you as per your skin tone.


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