Only 54 percent wear some sort of sunscreen during the summer, and 84 percent believe protection is necessary only if they intend to be outside ‘for a long period of time.’
Already we have scientists who've developed sunscreen from compounds in coral, and painkillers from the venom of cone shell snails found in the Great Barrier Reef.
They're cruising through the tropics, and their biggest worry is whether to use SPF 20 or 30 sunscreen .
He, along with several other employees, collected beef jerky, gum, shaving cream, shampoo, deodorant, bug spray, sunscreen , DVDs and CDs.
Most of us think nothing of slathering on the sunscreen or donning a pair of shades to protect our eyes when we venture outdoors.
The bag had her book, sunglasses and sunscreen , two towels and a complete change of clothes for her, a single towel for him.
They buy bottled water if they fear that their drinking water is polluted, and they apply sunscreen to protect their skin from UV radiation.
The glass coating is made of titanium dioxide, more often found in sunscreen and toothpaste.
she brings along plenty of sunscreen
Joint promotions are useful for products that go together, such as ice cream and topping or swim gear and sunscreen .