Sun Protection Week: Day 3 – My Sun Protection Strategy for Outdoor Activities

9 thoughts on “Sun Protection Week: Day 3 – My Sun Protection Strategy for Outdoor Activities”

  1. i love using shiseido’s sunblock. I apply it everyday to prevent freckles and sun spots. My mom, aunts, and grandmother all have freckles which is why they all nagged me and really instilled in me the importance of sun protection. :)

    1. Which one from shiseido are you using. I’ve only used 2 of their products with SPF (but not specifically labeled as sunblock). One is the sun protection stick foundation with SPF 36, and the other is White Lucent Spot Control UV Base with SPF 35. Thanks for dropping by my blog :)

  2. “Up next probably: Experiment: What does a quarter teaspoon of sunblock look like on the face?”

    This one I’ve gotta see. Hindi ko kasi ginagawa ito pag narereview ng sunscreen (with pictures et. al).

  3. I totally get you on the spray-sunblock thing! I’d rather choose the lotion type cos I can actually see the product and see for myself the parts I haven’t applied yet.

  4. My outdoor routine is an embarrassingly thick layer of sunscreen on my shoulders, arms, tops of the feet and nose (normal layer everywhere else). I reapply with spray sunblock and I don’t have problems because I don’t mind bothering myself every hour or so. Then again, I’m pretty lucky in that I don’t burn easily even though I’m pretty fair.

    1. You’re lucky! That’s pretty much how E puts on sunblock when outdoors. Unfortunately he’s the type to burn easily, so the spray just won’t cut it for him.

  5. Naku, ganyan din ako when I was younger. Pag swimming, “m the first to make lublob, Im the last to make ahon.” Yan ang term talaga sa akin. Hehehehe. I dont care kahit mukha akong toasted bread/roasted chicken.Now, I realized na naku, mahirap pala, so I try to instill in my kid to use sun protection talaga when he’s out in the sun.

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