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Drugstore Sunscreen Is A Good Idea

Why Using Drugstore Sunblock Is a Smart Idea


Using SPF is a no brainer, but before you splurge on that expensive sunscreen, consider buying drugstore brands as well. There's a simple reason why it's smart to love the cheapies as much as you might love Chanel. This is a summer tip-off you won’t want to miss!

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leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 5 years
Why it is NOT a good idea: the toxic chemicals (now being put in nano size, to make a horrible item worse) that make up the formulation.I would rather pay a few extra dollars for a sunscreen by Smart Girls Who Surf, Badger, John Masters, Azure or 100% Pure (along with a few others not coming to mind) and know that I am not causing the damage to the cells that those "other" brands would; also I am not just talking about DS brands but most being sold on store shelves.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 5 years
Why it is NOT a good idea: the toxic chemicals (now being put in nano size, to make a horrible item worse) that make up the formulation. I would rather pay a few extra dollars for a sunscreen by Smart Girls Who Surf, Badger, John Masters, Azure or 100% Pure (along with a few others not coming to mind) and know that I am not causing the damage to the cells that those "other" brands would; also I am not just talking about DS brands but most being sold on store shelves.
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