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Why You Should Use Winter Sunscreen

Why You Should Use Winter Sunscreen

When it’s overcast out and the sky looks like it’s going to explode, guess what? You still need to wear sunscreen to protect your skin. Besides preventing skin cancer, you’ll also be preventing the formation of wrinkles. Learn more with this video!

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3:35PM PDT on Apr 13, 2013

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11:43PM PDT on Apr 12, 2013

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11:34PM PST on Feb 15, 2013

Dream on, unless one is skiing down the slopes hours on end where the snow reflects against the snow...I am not slathering on sunscreen going out in -30 weather. Am already bundled up enough, even a scarf. If that amount of sun is going to kill me...too bad. My Dad recently died at 91 living his life in a northern climate and he never used sunscreen. Have no intention of slathering my face with chemicals while the rest of me is in full winter regalia where the sun can't touch me.

4:34PM PST on Feb 9, 2013

Thanks

9:50AM PST on Feb 9, 2013

Thanks.

6:35AM PST on Feb 9, 2013

My dry winter skin had me needing a face moisturizer. I bought one with sunscreen.

6:11AM PST on Feb 9, 2013

Protection is a year-long mission

2:07AM PST on Feb 9, 2013

Thank you

10:03AM PST on Dec 18, 2012

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8:38PM PST on Nov 29, 2012

I have rosacea, and skin cancer runs on my dad's side of the family. You bet I wear sunscreen. I also drive a convertible. :-D

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