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  1. I am only the mailing list of the mayo clinic , and came across this item on sun exposure. please see http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/adult-health/in-depth/best-sunscreen/art-20045110 the important thing is to also cover your body with clothes sunburn can happen at any time, even when it is overcast the difference in SPF don't mean that much, if the product your are using has a higher rating it does not mean that you stop reapplying it the most important thing is to apply the product generously use it , keep on using it and per the label the article has some interesting information about sunscreens and is well worthwhile reading

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