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Mr. Bun

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I love Neutrogena products as well as Clinique.

I find that they work beautifully without being crazy expensive.
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Yup
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I purchased a can of neutrogena 100 this evening. I am so freakn' excited.
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Neutrogena broke me out after a couple of days of use. The only sunblock that I have found that doesn't it an Australian brand called Blue Lizard.
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Here's another sun control hint to consider: have your car windows UVA treated. It can be expensive but a necessity if you spend a lot of time in your car and/or live in a part of the country with a lot of sun. You have to be careful to comply with local laws and not get a tint that is too dark. We even had the windows in our house treated to cut down on UVA exposure. A side benefit is that it keeps the interior a little cooler on hot summer days.
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So not sure my face likes the Helioplex? Or the chemical sunscreens on a more regular basis. It's very red in spots and burns. That or it's just my autoimmune phenomena. Or maybe I also have rosacea? I love the simplicity of all this. 

I actually ran to Target today to buy Cetaphil, so I could wash my face at work. And then I bought a Neutrogena "Naturals" broad based sunscreen for sensitive faces that is just a mineral based one. And I bought a hat. And it's fairly hideous.

I am so excited for summer ;-)
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Upstater please invest in a good hat. I NEVER go outside without one. I buy my hats from Sundaymorning.com. I have several. And you can find them for work clothes or casual. It needs to be an SPF product. Mine are alll SPF 50. The cool thing is people love to see a woman in s hat. I get so many complements DAILY. Start with one. Then grow your supply. Good luck.
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I agree with TXgirl invest in a good hat I have several because I wear one when I go in the pool I also have a hat that covers my neck and clips on my shirt
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TXgirl, did you mean Sunday Afternoon hats?
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Go to ldn homepage on computer and read about something that will help your bodies, it is helping me a lot!!!
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LDN is not going to make someone sun sensitive un-sun sensitive. Your statement is potentially harmful to folks that may not realize that the sun increases disease activity.  LDN is NOT going to change that. You are doing a great disservice to the members of this board by posting on a thread that is asking if the sun is really bad for us.
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Is there a sunscreen that doesn't stink? One that doesn't smell like sunscreen, unscented?
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I don't have an issue with the Neutrogena products and it's scent.
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I'll have to try them then. Thanks.
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I agree with you Robin. If there was a magical little medication that would let me be in the sun, I would be trying it. I truly miss the sun.
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