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Light Daily Sunscreen (for use over an aftershave balm)?

Nosu3

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Originally Posted by rabidawg

Real doctors FTW.

"We are concerned that the criticisms will raise unnecessary fears and cause people to stop using sunscreen, doing their skin serious harm," said Dr. Warwick Morison, MD, chairman of The Skin Cancer Foundation's Photobiology Committee and Professor of Dermatology at John Hopkins University. "The EWG has their own system for evaluating things which is nothing more than junk science."

http://www.skincancer.org/sunscreen-...unfounded.html



The EWG is not telling people to avoid sunscreen but raising caution of certain chemicals. There are alternatives. The "real" doctor you quoted said nothing but his opinion. Avoiding a potentially toxic chemical is not an unnecessary fear (or a fear at all).

Originally Posted by aphextwin07
rofl!!!! all EWG findings are based on scientific studies performed by legitimate scientists, doctors, institutions etc over many decades. it's not their own research. they even cite all of their sources throughout the databases and you can see the findings and draw your own conclusions. what a baseless comment. not to mention, that article you linked misses the entire point of EWG in that it is recommending alternatives and not to rule out sunscreen altogether. thanks for the laugh and pointless link.

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I use L'Oreal's wrinkle cream, actually. Comes in a little grey bottle with an orange top. Available at CVS/Walgreens, etc. It has an SPF of 15 and feels so damn good as an aftershave. Does a really good job of keeping the skin moist. I really can't vouch for it as an anti-wrinkle cream though. People say I look young, but I've always had a baby face.
 

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Dollar for dollar I think Olay Complete Ageless Skin Renewing UV Lotion works great. Has a SPF around 20, isn't greasy, moisturizers all day while feeling very light and is dirt cheap.
 

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