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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

That one got away from me. I really just wanted to say that Jet uses a Krispy Kreme icing machine to apply sunscreen. 

Oh I thought that was how you're supposed to do it
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you guys on some previous level topical sunscreens

Those came highly recommended by dermatologists, plus at nearly $50 a pop I thought that was as baller as you can get with sunscreen

I think me and you see eye to eye on nutrition so id be interested in some recommendations, I am slowly learning about how some sunscreens can cause more harm than the sun itself
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I am interested as well.

As an aside, Regis, the sunscreen I posted has an excellent environmental/carcinogenic rating, rubs in well and isn't very expensive. Most importantly, it works.
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I don't have bougie sun problems biggrin.gif
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I'll hit you guys with a pm when I'm at a computer.
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Margiela

 

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Originally Posted by cocostella View Post

I am interested as well.

As an aside, Regis, the sunscreen I posted has an excellent environmental/carcinogenic rating, rubs in well and isn't very expensive. Most importantly, it works.

Thanks man, I'll add that one to my list. I really want the protection but most importantly nothing that stings my eyes or is overly greasy. I am on a beach (or near one) pretty much year round and I really hate wearing sunscreen yet I also don't want to look like a prune when I am older/cancer
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Some ingredients like oxybenzone purportedly act like photosensitizers, get hit with sunlight and end up releasing free radicals as they penetrate the skin , can lead to DNA damage cancer blah blah blah causes the very thing you paying to protect against...all probably dose and frequency dependent
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Edited by canstyleace - 3/23/14 at 1:20pm
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wrong thread...
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Originally Posted by the shah View Post

Some ingredients like oxybenzone purportedly act like photosensitizers, get hit with sunlight and end up releasing free radicals as they penetrate the skin , can lead to DNA damage cancer blah blah blah causes the very thing you paying to protect against...all probably dose and frequency dependent

 

Just saw on Democracy Now around 80,000 chemicals in consumer products in the states, pretty much none tested for safety. The most common carcinogen is propylene glycol which is in most skin products like deodorant. They dumped millions of gallons of this glycol mix in the Gulf Of Mexico after the deepwater horizon oil spew too.

 

/fun fact for the day.

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Originally Posted by LelandJ View Post

Just saw on Democracy Now around 80,000 chemicals in consumer products in the states, pretty much none tested for safety. The most common carcinogen is propylene glycol which is in most skin products like deodorant. They dumped millions of gallons of this glycol mix in the Gulf Of Mexico after the deepwater horizon oil spew too.

/fun fact for the day.

huh, from what i've come across it would seem propylene glycol is pretty safe, just a lipophilic solvent that doesn't present much health risk below really high dose taken in rapidly.
probably not good for dumping by the millions of gallons but that's another story ...
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Originally Posted by the shah View Post


huh, from what i've come across it would seem propylene glycol is pretty safe, just a lipophilic solvent that doesn't present much health risk below really high dose taken in rapidly.
probably not good for dumping by the millions of gallons but that's another story ...

 

Yeah marketing's usually able to keep safety lies going for a few decades. Asbestos, lead paint/water pipes, and cigarettes being good historical examples.

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Last month or so

Ervell

MMM

Buttero

Brooklyn Tailors
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i ordered this ervell jacket too
i'm between size M and L, i took M, i hope it fits
i got it for 75% off at a german store (but the price was inflated i think), don't know if they deliver outside europe
http://www.zalando.de/patrik-ervell-winterjacke-moss-brushed-baby-canvas-pk322g002-601.html
you can use code DEBERZAL14 for further 5€ off
Edited by Zeemon - 3/11/14 at 6:33am
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