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sunburn is a burn to living tissue, such as skin, which is produced by overexposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation, commonly from the s...
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Other name: Lip Balm (Lip Balm)
Other name: Aquaphor (Aquaphor)
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Sunblock (also commonly known as sun screen, sun tan lotion, sun cream or block out) is a lotion, spray, gel or other topical product that absorbs or reflects some of the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation on the skin exposed to sunlight a...
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Vaseline is a brand of petroleum jelly based products owned by Anglo-Dutch company Unilever. Products include plain petroleum jelly and a selection of skin creams, soaps, lotions, cleansers, deodorants and personal lubricants. It has been considered g...
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Paranoia
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Rickets
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Addiction
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Common Cold
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Allergies
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About Sunblock
Sunblock (also commonly known as sun screen, sun tan lotion, sun cream or block out) is a lotion, spray, gel or other topical product that absorbs or reflects some of the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation on the skin exposed to sunlight a...
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About Vaseline
Vaseline is a brand of petroleum jelly based products owned by Anglo-Dutch company Unilever. Products include plain petroleum jelly and a selection of skin creams, soaps, lotions, cleansers, deodorants and personal lubricants. It has been considered g...
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shower) every day. I put sunblock on every morning and I...
" ...shower) every day. I put sunblock on every morning and I ...its only eye makeup, so to remove I use Vaseline. Sounds gross, but it is THE BEST and cheapest makeup remover ever. SuzyK Me 28... "

I've started using La Roche Posay sunblock 50 , and not...
" ...(for me it is). My favourite products are Vaseline with Aloe Vera, it keeps my ...sore. Daviness HBP 2 treatment, prevents me from having dry hair. Golden ...using La Roche Posay sunbloc... "

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junky sunblock. I moved to Guam so this helps so much....
" ...vaseline on my face at night or when i had more money LA MER. it works but is pretty expensive. also you can use olive oil which will definetely soften your dry ...not like other liquidy junky s... "

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pretty sore. I used sport 70spf sunblock but I guess the...
" ...mouth the corners are cracked and hurt :/ but vaseline and carmex have saved my life. I also got a little sunburn at the ...it's pretty sore. I used sport 70spf sunblock but I guess the accutane... "

sunny days, i have started using sunblock on a consistent...
" ...health issue. i use the basic vaseline and on sunny days, i have started using sunblock on a... "

vaseline, especially for my lips and to take my make-up...
" I love vaseline, especially for my lips and to take ...face was. I normally carry a small container of vaseline with me everywhere, along with sunbloc... "

now, oh and like libellula mentioned, vaseline is a miracle...
" Neutrogena Moisturising Sunblock: It moisturises my skin aswell as protecting it from the sun, and it ...think of for now, oh and like libellula mentioned, vaseline is a mir... "

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with: - Vaseline with Cocoa and Shea Butters; great...
" ...a balm, I always follow with: - Vaseline with Cocoa and Shea Butters; great stuff. OR - regular Coppertone sunblock SPF 15 (not... "

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it was vaseline. Ahhh, children! It did keep her hair in...
" ...My dd played hairdresser with sunblock on my other dd. I ...so that didn't help the problem. Recently it was vaseline. Ahhh, children! It did keep her hair in place... "

1.Would Vaseline be a more effective barrier for the...
" ...others think of the waterproof sunblock idea. It would be great if that works. 1.Would Vaseline be a more effective barrier for the chlorine? 2.Would it be best... "

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