• WordNet 3.6
    • n sunblock a cream spread on the skin; contains a chemical (as PABA) to filter out ultraviolet light and so protect from sunburn
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I squirmed, screeched, and whined on the days she would apply sunblock to my skin prior to dropping me off at the local public pool.
More and more we're noticing everyday essentials are now presenting themselves in travel sizes for that busy person on the go: protein shakes, sunblock, toothpaste … METH LABS.
If sunblock protects human skin against the sun, why not try it with grapes.
Protect your skin with these 7 powerful sunblocks.
Participants grabbed their sneakers and sunblock, and dusted off their college togas, or invented an all new one.
I noticed that I am starting to use more sunblock.
Now Mom and baby are healthy and spreading awareness about the importance of sunblock and skin checks.
It's easier to use sunblock as a moisturizer and then call it a day.
New York Mets pitchers Scott Strickland and Grant Roberts were asked Wednesday whether they used sunblock before going out in the hot Florida sun.
How to Smear Sunblock on a Planet.
Everyone knows to use serums, moisturizers, sunblock, etc.
When you're buying sunscreen , do you look for words like 'waterproof,' 'sweatproof' and ' sunblock ?
Here's a cheat sheet on sunblock .
Kennedy is a big fan of physical sunblocks versus chemical sunscreens .
Labels are no longer allowed to say " sunblock ," "all-day protection," "waterproof," or "sweatproof".