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Best sunscreen for heavy sweaters? (Read 1370 times)

    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.

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      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. 

           

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

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              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

                  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.

                  The highest use of human freedom is to commit to something -- C.S. Lewis

                    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.

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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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