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Best sunscreen for heavy sweaters? (Read 1368 times)

noonan


    I would have thought a heavy sweater would give plenty of protection on its own.

    My bad. I thought it was bad form to read the whole thread before posting. Perhaps I've got my message boards confused.

      I would have thought a heavy sweater would give plenty of protection on its own.

       

      Normally there is a penalty for making a joke that has already been made twice (not including a "+1") in a thread but you added a picture which is considered adding value, if only marginally.

       

      Just note this was pretty close to a violation and you're being watched.

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          I would have thought a heavy sweater would give plenty of protection on its own.

          My bad. I thought it was bad form to read the whole thread before posting. Perhaps I've got my message boards confused.

           

          Now you've gone and removed a picture that was already quoted.  Hmm. 

           

          noonan


            F*** me. I blame the curse of the bat.

              Why would you need sunscreen if you are wearing a heavy sweater? Ha ha aha hahah a. I crack me up.


              MTA: Wait. Someone already said that?

                All of you are missing the real issue here. The question should be Why does a 'sweater' need sunscreen.  

                 

                I'll be here all day

                noonan


                  Heavier sweaters often do not have a close weave. This leaves gaps that may offer little to no protection. Still, to your point, it would seem easier to treat your skin before putting on the sweater.

                    Heavy's a sweater.  Oh, yeah. 

                     

                      

                     

                     

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                      And thanks.  As I tried to turn 22-second quarter-quarters this morning, all I kept hearing was "various levels of dilapidation."

                       

                      You know, 100m isn't a quarter-quarter of a mile. You would need to run 100.584m to call it a quarter-quarter. Just saying in case dr brad drops by.


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                          Hmmm... Guess I should have paid more attention to my title before posting! I'll try the Neutrogena spray- I'm much too lazy for lotion. I never reapply. I'm afraid I would feel like double sided sticky tape afterward.

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                            Hmmm... Guess I should have paid more attention to my title before posting!

                             

                            Please don't.  This thread wouldn't have half the panache with a more pedestrian (heehee) title.

                            Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.


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                              Hmmm... Guess I should have paid more attention to my title before posting! I'll try the Neutrogena spray- I'm much too lazy for lotion. I never reapply. I'm afraid I would feel like double sided sticky tape afterward.

                               

                              I was sorta lazy about sunblock, too, until my hubby spent a day in surgery having a melanoma and a lymph node removed just over a year ago.  Contemplating widow-hood at age 37 really put my formerly lax sunblock application into perspective (and after a person's had skin cancer they have to have frequent skin checks...EVERY inch of skin is examined...even the ones that have never seen the sun and require, um, cheek-spreading).  That, and I kinda like getting carded in my late 30s, even when women younger than I at the same table don't. Evil

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                                Kunland, you live in Tennessee and it has been hot.  What do you need a heavy sweater for?

                                 

                                Dang.  Wannabe beat me.

                                 

                                El Guapo needed one in Mexico, so I do not think living in Tennessee makes one not need a heavy sweater.

                                A related question is what type of sunscreen do you need for a leather jacket ?

                                 

                                 

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