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You are kidding right? Get out there. You need sun, not this fking lotion.
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For someone who briefly gets sun. 20-25 minutes worth inside a car, works inside an office building all day, and drives home when the sun is down, is sunscreen even worth using?
I use moisturizing cream for my face as post shave balm.
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For someone who briefly gets sun. 20-25 minutes worth inside a car, works inside an office building all day, and drives home when the sun is down, is sunscreen even worth using?
I use moisturizing cream for my face as post shave balm.
You are kidding right? Get out there. You need sun, not this fking lotion.
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This stuff's pretty good. Light enough to wear to work without feeling greasy, has a mild aftershave smell, works reasonably well. Sweats off pretty easily, but it's more of an everyday moisturizer than something you'd wear to the beach.
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For someone who briefly gets sun. 20-25 minutes worth inside a car, works inside an office building all day, and drives home when the sun is down, is sunscreen even worth using?
I use moisturizing cream for my face as post shave balm.
yes, I would
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I've been using this daily for around 10 years. They've changed the formula a few times, but it still works pretty well as a morning moisturizer. There's probably a better product out there but hard to complain for the price. Container administers the right amount with one press.
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Highly highly recommend Nivea lotion, been using it on my face for years now and it is fantastic.
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For someone who briefly gets sun. 20-25 minutes worth inside a car, works inside an office building all day, and drives home when the sun is down, is sunscreen even worth using?
I use moisturizing cream for my face as post shave balm.
Lol if this is a joke
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I've been using this for almost a year and love it. I had a small spot of precancerous skin removed on my left arm last year, left being the arm that gets the most sun while driving. A small amount of SPF won't kill u and can only help. I recommend it.
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Two people have commented on this. Is it really that abnormal to wake up and drive before the sun gets out, and get off work once the sun is down? I've only worked in finance and most people I see do the same. One woman walks outside during lunch
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Two people have commented on this. Is it really that abnormal to wake up and drive before the sun gets out, and get off work once the sun is down? I've only worked in finance and most people I see do the same. One woman walks outside during lunch
No. Now if you are relying on the comments/opinions of randoms here to decide what is normal - THEN you really have problems.
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"Energy" - what's it got, Red Bull?
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Two people have commented on this. Is it really that abnormal to wake up and drive before the sun gets out, and get off work once the sun is down? I've only worked in finance and most people I see do the same. One woman walks outside during lunch
But when you're not working do you not go outside? If you don't get enough sunlight you may be Vitamin D deficient. I would recommend going to your doctor to get a workup to see if you have other underlying medical issues that may be due to lack of sunlight and overworking. That may save you more money in the long run then the money saved from slickdeal shopping.
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"Energy" - what's it got, Red Bull?
It has Ubiquinone or CoQ10 which is utilized in the electron transport chain which is the primary means of making ATP in your body. ATP is what gives your cells energy for functionality. In theory it's supposed to keep your skin in it's best condition and looking healthy.
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