I can fry in just 10 minutes, blister in 20 so I definitely need sunscreen. I see it for sale on Amazon, but suspect that is not FDA approved in the US. I just love our corporate controlled, worthless FDA.
Thanks for the post. Our local product that I normally buy got a 7 rating.
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I have to use it or I burn burn and I put it on my kids too and we are black. I use Neutrogena Helio SPF 70 when I know we're going to be out in the hot sun all day and we especially use it all the time on vacations.
I have never really used sunscreen; I figure the skin's natural defense is a light tan. I have, however, used sunscreen on my child if we were gonna be in th eblistering hot sun at al all day event or something. I have always used Ombrelle. It is by far, the best on the market. Maybe you guys don'y get it in the USA? ombrelle.ca/index_en.html
You have to be carefull after applying to wash your hands. I applied to my daughter one time, then wiped my hand on my leg. I was STUCK with white finger marks on my leg for the entire summer. That's how good it works.
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