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Sun is friend and not

It's summer and summer means sun! Sun makes our skin darker no matter if we like or not and if don't pay enough attention it may bring some troubles. Not only skin issues which are extremely important to remember about but also a good look. If you get sunburned you don't look pretty. I mean purple faces are awful. It happened to me as well (mainly because I wasn't careful enough) once I got a very unpleasant sunburn on my first day of vacation while heading off to buy a sunscreen (yes it took me less than 10 minutes to get it). There are happy people like my husband who don't get those awful red marks no matter what. So they are more fond of getting more vitamin D for protection. But anyway I think it's better to stay tuned and careful and apply sun cream. For me the most important is to find the best 'number for safety'. 10, 30 or may be even 50? Usually I used 15-30 depending on time, temperature and what result I wanted to get. But on my latest vacation I had to buy it not prior but in closed shop I could find it in. It was super powerful (50++). And you know what?  I loved it! As I wasn't nowhere near the sea... error - I wasn't spending my time on beach I din't have to reapply it during the day it naturally was less protective (or it felt so) that's my I got my skin darker despite very high defense. But I could easily go on with travels no matter how sever the sun is (usually I do my best to be somewhere in during the most sever sun in the midday).
But even if you were careful and especially if you wasn't I have a wonderful general recommendation you - go check yourself. I want to recommend you a company who inspired me to share my thoughts about skin care Oscar health insurance company. Because no matter how hard you put on your sunscreen check is always better. And if you got sunburned - you should definitely go. Dermatologists recommend checking yourself once a month as it highly improves your chances of survival in case (scary) cancer. Check changes and mixes of color, size and shape. And don't forget to take care of yourself better. Interested to know more or probably (if you can) get to know Oscar better - make sure to check them more closely for example NY and NJ health insurance plans.



Have a nice sunny day,
Lyosha

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  1. It's important to protect our skin in Summer. Unless you're a mermaid! (I just did a mermaid photoshoot on my blog.)

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  2. Nice review - very helpful! kisses! Have a great weekend!!!

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  3. Hello from Spain: the sun is harmful. These tips are very useful.We keep in touch

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  4. Helpful post, thanks for sharing!!!
    Happy WE doll!!!
    Kisses, Paola.

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  5. I make en effort to lather up in sunscreen every time I am outdoors !

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  6. I wear sunscreen lotion onto my face all time of the year ;)

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