Do You Wear Sun Block Everyday?

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Do you wear sun block everyday?



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26-30, M
56 Responses Feb 15, 2010

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Oh I guess the snow gives off such bright rays of sunshine!&nbsp; We rarely see sunshine anymore. it's too busy snowing! Next question......</p>

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Ha! No, I almost never ever wear sun screen</p>

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Nope, I probably should because Im so pale and live in Florida, but I don't!</p>

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My moisturizer has some in it, as does my base makeup,. The only time I wear it is in the summer and I'm going to have long sun exposure. Usually I will apply it to my face, neck , chest and shoulders. That's it. I have brown eyes, brown hair and light olive skin, so I don't always burn. I always use the&nbsp; spray on kind, like for sports, because I hate the gooey lotion stuff that smells like a tin can, the spray kind is clear, and it's easy to apply, in a quick mist.</p>

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only when it rains</p>

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i should but dont!</p>

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not at all, unless it's summer.</p>

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No, not every day.&nbsp;</p>
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I'm not outside all the often through the day, so there's no need for me to ALL the time.</p>

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No, I never wear it. I wear clothing when I'm outside.&nbsp;</p>

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&nbsp;If you mean tarot card-wise, than I don't even <em>need</em> sun block because I <em>am </em>The Sun.</p>

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I use to and now I just forget.&nbsp; I know that's bad.</p>

Walk with Lord when ur heart needs company. Take His hand when u feel all alone. Turn 2 Him when u need some1 2 lean on. He's d only 1 u can always rely on.

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Nope. In fact, unless I have plans to be in the sun for more than a few minutes at a time I don't even do so in the summer. Although, in the summer those days are few and far between even if it rains.</p>

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i'm allergic to sunblock. i live where we don't get sunlight very often, but when we do i stay in the shade.</p>

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Yes, never go without it.&nbsp; Had a dear friend Julia, that worshipped the sun.&nbsp; Got an odd looking&nbsp;spot on her leg.&nbsp; She ignored it too long.... anyway we lost her.&nbsp; Before she passed she&nbsp;asked her circle of friends to promise to use sun block.&nbsp; So everyday I put on&nbsp;my "Julia Juice"&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>

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No though i really should. I am fair skinned and it only takes 10-15mins and i start to burn. It sure doesn't tkae long. And being that i live in N.Q.</p>

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I sure do! It's called nightfall and if I can help it, it's the only time I go outside.</p>

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<em><strong>What would a vampire want with sunblock??&nbsp; I haven't been out in the sun for years!</strong></em></p>

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not at all, unless it's summer and I know I'll be out for any length of time</p>

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Australia is the skin cancer capital of the world and yes I do wear sun block and a hat and my sunnies.</p>

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i wear face sunscreen everyday but i only wear body sunscreen in the summer</p>

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No, but I'm not in the sun very much x</p>

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<strong><em>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Of COURSE!....A U S T R A L I A is such a Vulnerable&nbsp; spot for S K I N&nbsp;&nbsp; C A N C E R!!</em></strong></p>
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<strong><em>&nbsp; Don't&nbsp;&nbsp; Y O U &nbsp; wear it?</em></strong>......You are a B L OO D Y&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; I D I O T &nbsp;&nbsp; if you don't!!</p>

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I wear moisturizer on my face daily.. and that has SPF 15 already in it. So I do.</p>

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yes ...it is a great excuse to get a free legit massage!</p>
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Even when it is raining....i mean u just dont know when the sun will come out !&nbsp;:)</p>

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not now unless the glare and glint from all the snow would require me to wear it !</p>

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I live where the snow is DEEP & the sun is so far away you almost need a telescope to see it. In the summer months I do wear it.</p>

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I rarely wear sun block. Even when I visited the Rio Grand last year I only wore it for a few hours while sun baking even though I spent almost every daylight hour outside.</p>
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So my answer is a definite NO!</p>

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never really, my skin tans up and doesn't burn although as I get older the sun does get hotter !!!</p>

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i dont need to it wont help the way i look i look good and i dont care what people say about it im proud the way i look</p>

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yes beacuse my moistureizer is 15</p>

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Only my face..I'm always wearing moisturizer with spf. But I'm not in the sun much anyways.</p>

I wear sun block when Ive already had a tan and I dont want to get any darker.

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Only on my ****</p>

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No but I live in the eastern US where there are lots of hills and trees .&nbsp; I tanned every summer till about age 19 or 20, and I rarely go out now at 56, but the sun is much stronger today.&nbsp; It's hotter and we all burn more easily, whether we believe in the ozone or not.</p>

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No, but I may start wearing weird Question of the day block :)</p>

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B*tch, you linked me to this bullshit???!!!! Talking about what is my hardest journey, and this **** asking me about sun block? LMBAO!!! Look, I'm BLACK, &nbsp;I HAVE A NATURAL ENERGY BABY--THE SUN FEEDS ME AND STRENGTHEN ME, THAT IS A SECRET OF BLACKS,. WE LOVE HE SUN, WE GET STRONGER FROM SUNLIGHT. SO SUN BLOCK, THAT'S &nbsp;FOR &nbsp;PEOPLE PRONE TO SKIN CANCER THAT AREN'T AFROCENTRIC. AND ALSO IF YOU SIT IN THE SUN YOU WILL GET BLESSED, HAVE SOUL, CAN DANCE WITHOUT COUNTING. &nbsp;WE ARE THE SUN CHILDREN, ALTHOUGH YOU'RE OUR OFFSPRING, AND YOU GUYS WERE PUT OUT THE TRIBE IN AFRICAN BECAUSE YOU CAME OUT ALBINO, YOU MIGRATED TO THE CAUCUS MOUNTAINS, AND THE SH*T RUNS DEEP. I'M DONE WITH SPITTIN GAME TO PEOPLE WHO UTILIZE 10% OF THEIR BRAIN. LOL. THE MOTHERSHIP WON'T SAVE YOU.&nbsp;</p>

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<strong>i'm pale as a ghost.&nbsp; but i don't wear sun block, because i can't stand the feel of it on my skin.&nbsp; i avoid being in the sun because&nbsp; i'll burn.&nbsp; so when i'm outside (which i love),&nbsp; i stay in the shade, or wear a sun hate or shade.&nbsp; then i'm OK.</strong></p>

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No but I try to block the sun daily.........</p>

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can't have one! but if i did i still won't. i'm officially dark-skinned already. more sun won't damage what is already damage.</p>

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only when im on nude beaches</p>

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Yes - everyday - and I have forever.&nbsp; I am nearly 60 and have almost no wrinkles or discoloration and look years younger than my actual age.&nbsp; Sunblock as well as hydration is a must for me.&nbsp; My younger sister who baked herself in the sun since her youth looks so much older (snicker).</p>

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No. I wear sun block only if I am going to be out in the sun for a long period of time. Even then I usually don't expose that much skin to the sun if I am working outdoors..</p>

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Why.. with global warming I need vitamin D.</p>

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This can't be aimed at the UK audience! LOL</p>
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I hope to wear sun block for one day.</p>

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No, I don't spend that much time in the sun.</p>

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If you count the sunblock in face creams, then YES!!! :-)</p>

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Actually, with 14 inches of snow outside, sun really <em>does </em>come in blocks.&nbsp; But I'm not wearing it.</p>

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Olive complexion=no!</p>

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No, Give me the sun, when I've had enough I'll get out of it.</p>

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I'm so fair skinned that sunblock does me no good,&nbsp; I never tan so why use sunblock.</p>

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Between the clouds, the snow,the rain and my house No I do not wear it everyday</p>

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My make up comes with an spf15 mark on it. Living in London however, there isn't an urgent need to wear it all over until the summer when it stops raining for more than five minutes.</p>

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I sure do!!!! I stay in the house as much as possible lol.</p>

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No I don't wear it every day because I think it is a fad. People didn't wear sunblock years ago and people generally seem to be o.k. I think it is about being sensible and bearing in mind our skin colour etc. Covering up a little and keeping out of the mid-day heat is wise. I am half italian and I tan easily but am not a sun worshipper nor try to get a tan as I would rather be the colour I was intended to be. There is just too much scaremongering I feel. Sorry to be boring and go against the trend but it is just my personal view and habit.</p>

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in summar</p>