sun cream


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sun cream

or

sun block

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a chemical, usually in the form of a cream, applied to exposed skin to block out all or almost all of the ultraviolet rays of the sun
Translations

sun cream

ncrema solare
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Paul: Tans very easily, so only takes a factor 20 sun cream. Nevertheless, he shies away from the sun for first few days of his holiday and makes sure he re-applies the lotion regularly and wears clothing even in shade.
A pensioner told how her daughterin-law was swept to her death after popping into a supermarket to buy sun cream while holidaying in Phuket on Boxing Day.
Now Andrew Henderson is warning others about the importance of using sun cream after he had to have his ear rebuilt using skin grafts from his neck.
Workers at Mini Moo's Fun Farm in Chester-le-Street have to apply sun cream regularly to Carlee, a blue-eyed ivory donkey.
Workers at Mini Moo's Fun Farm have to apply sun cream regularly to Carlee, a blueeyed ivory donkey.
THE BackBliss Lotion Applicator is a handy device that enables people to apply sun cream to their own back.
The advice includes covering up and using sun cream between May and September when the rays from the sun are strongest, paying particular attention to ears, necks and lips.
A SURVEY of 2,000 parents by Boots found that 48 per cent always apply sun cream to their kids rather than trust them to do it.
The service has even been dialled by drunk people who had got badly sunburned after falling asleep in the garden without sun cream on.
Rod Stewart's missus rubbed sun cream into her shapely pins while on a lounger in just bikini pants and loose top.
Chirk student Toni, 16, who is studying small animal care at Llysfasi college, rubs high factor sun cream onto the two-year-old dog, who doesn't seem to mind.