Save Your Skin

August 2010
Backpacker;Aug2010, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p49
The article offers tips on how to select an effective and safe sunblock which include choosing the appropriate ingredients, avoiding the distrusted toxins, and looking for water resistant sunblock that lasts for 80 minutes in water.


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