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2 Responses to Applying Sunscreen

  1. Lori Pedrick June 19, 2008 at 10:52 pm #

    I enjoyed your blog Heather as I too am a fair skinned lady. Take it from one who knows, protect your skin! I don’t care how thin you “think” look with a tan, it’s not worth it. I spent years sitting leisurely, baking in the sun on my black asphalt drive way (baby oil and all) as a youngin’ … boy do I regret it. At the age of 35 I have already been diagnosed with Basel cell skin cancer (spots-3), not good. Jergen’s offers a really nice and easy to use self-tanning lotion. You can pick it up at any drug store or your local Target or Wall Mart. Try it, you’ll see!

  2. Annie Copps June 20, 2008 at 8:54 am #

    I feel your pain. I usually get the golfer’s tan (sometimes referred to as farmer’s tan) on my arms from short sleeves and the “v” on my chest (looks great in a sundress later!), as well as the 5-inch ring-around-the-calf burn from 3/4 length golf pants–again it is quite eye-catching in said sundress later. And like you I too have enjoyed the surfer burn-but on the bottom of my feet, from laying on board for too long sans big wave. Always a fun one.

    Terrific blog — thanks for the laughs!

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