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Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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Click play below to (http://youtu.be/TZHAcaHXl2A) watch an informative YouTube video from (http://www.InsidersHealth.com) InsidersHealth.com explaining the coral-based sunscreen pill that could one day make suntan lotion obsolete:
Doing this religiously twice a day will help prolong a fast-fading suntan.The more you moisturise, the more your cells will be drenched in water so your skin will stay bronzed for longer.
A recent dermatological textbook tells how 'jet-set icons' like Coco Chanel helped to make 'the suntan ...
The Associated Press said the items banned from carry-on luggage include beverages, shampoo, suntan lotion, creams, toothpaste, hair gel and "other items of similar consistency".
Pack the pointe shoes and Pilates mat, but don't forget the suntan lotion.
Pupils will learn about safety precautions from applying suntan lotion to the safe use of inflatables.
- InterContinental Hotel has arranged for a spectacular festive day for all guests, in sunny, refreshing, amusing ambience to start the summer season at InterContinental -- Aqaba , with a lovely suntan and light snack at the Front Beach restaurant , candle light dinner at Cote D'or, and cocktails at Martini's Bar and Lounge.
The word "chock" is slang in Australia for "chicken" Parnell got his inspiration from watching people "frying" themselves on the beach to get a suntan. Although Parnell's idea for his sculpture may make you laugh, sun tanning is really no joke.
According to new research, sunbathing is good for you and a suntan can be beneficial.
The gravity-defyinggarment, which allows women to develop a strap-mark free suntan,has been christened the Demikini and allows wearers to dispense with normal ties or clasps.
It is important to note that over-the-counter items purchased for general health purposes such as vitamins or suntan lotion still are not reimbursable.
This week we speak to 80s pop star turned TV presenter Kim Wilde who's now heading up a suntan health campaign.