What Happens To Your Face When You Wear Sunscreen Might Shock You. It Did For These People.

As a redhead, I feel as though it's my duty to share this. Seeing what sunscreen *actually* does to your skin is really, really cool.

But sunscreen is more than that. It's a critical line of defense for avoiding skin cancer, which currently has more cases every year than breast, prostate, lung, and colon cancers — combined*. So let's lather up, people!

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Marie Seyrat: I won't live up to any expectations. What you see is what you get, get, get, get. And worse yet, I can't give an explanation for why it's grey on your side. And better yet, I'll give you an indication for why you're feeling deprived. We'll never let lack of an imagination keep us locked up inside even when the sun has died. Somehow in the city, it's summer in the city, city, city, city. Somehow in the city, it's summer in the city, city, city, city, city.

Bruce Driscoll: We'll never let lack of an imagination keep us locked up inside even when the sun has died.

Together: Somehow in the city, it's summer in the city, city, city, city. Somehow in the city, it's summer in the city, city, city, city, city.

No more raining on this lonely town. Summer comes around when you really want it, immortalized, young forever now. There's more to life than running in the circles you become. No more raining on this lonely town. Summer comes around when you really want it, immortalized, young forever now. Come on and spend the summer with me.

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Original by Thomas Leveritt.

*Data pulled from American Cancer Society Cancer Facts & Figures 2014.

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Aug 14, 2014

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