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Using Protection?

by Madison Ruggieri on May 10, 2010.

Of course we’re referring to sunscreen, and chances are you aren’t being as diligent about protection from the sun as you should be.  We know you’ve heard the statistics on how damaging the sun’s rays can be to your skin, so why not give sunscreen the VIP position in your grooming routine that it deserves?  And with the onset of summer, now isn’t a bad time to do just that.  We share your aversion to whitening, greasy sun blocks.  They’re as fun as flossing.

That’s why we’d like to introduce you to Brave Soldier’s Solar Shield Sunscreen with SPF 28. It’s a hypoallergenic moisturizing miracle that provides full- spectrum UVA and UVB protection with a non- irritating, non- greasy, and non- whitening formula.  With antioxidants and moisturizing ingredients, it can substitute for your daily moisturizer and is for use both on face and body.  We promise that Solar Shield will take the chore factor out of applying sunscreen.

So make sure you’re shielded.  If skin cancer doesn’t scare you enough, appeal to your vanity and think about the premature wrinkles and age spots coming your way.  We rest our case.

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Baxter of California Grooming Lotion Baxter of California Grooming Lotion
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The Motley Palo Santo Anniversary-Edition Cologne The Motley Palo Santo Anniversary-Edition Cologne
Deep smoky wood notes, with a hint of suede and sweetness, make this fragrance bold and intriguing. Suede adds a warm sensuousness.
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Jack Black Oil-Free Sun Guard Sunscreen SPF 45 Jack Black Oil-Free Sun Guard Sunscreen SPF 45
This vitamin-enriched, oil-free, very water- and sweat-resistant lotion offers superior broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection and absorbs quickly without greasy or heavy residue.

Madison Ruggieri

Director of Editorial for The Motley. Los Angeles native. A fan of Tolstoy, Tina Fey and the Rolling Stones.