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    Best sunblock in the world, and its 100% natural.
    Its called: Stay out of the sun.
    It provides 100% protection from uva, uvb, and uvc.
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    Dermstore has 15% off. UV Clear and the everyday one are both excellent.
    http://www.dermstore.com/profile_Elta+MD_500300.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debrushman View Post
    Best sunblock in the world, and its 100% natural.
    Its called: Stay out of the sun.
    It provides 100% protection from uva, uvb, and uvc.
    I take it you walk around in garb like Michael Jackson's children? I'll pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenerock View Post
    Dermstore has 15% off. UV Clear and the everyday one are both excellent.
    http://www.dermstore.com/profile_Elta+MD_500300.htm
    PM Sent.

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    Free shipping is nice too. I've tried plenty of sunscreens and always come back to Elta MD. I have oily skin and Elta MD isn't greasy and shiny like most of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBull View Post
    I take it you walk around in garb like Michael Jackson's children? I'll pass.
    How did you know? Its very trendy. Plus I also use an umbrella over my two year old for an added measure of protection.
    Last edited by Debrushman; 05-11-2012 at 12:12 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Debrushman View Post
    How did you know? Its very trendy. Plus I also use an umbrella over my two year old for an added measure of protection.
    That's acceptable, as long as the umbrella is designer.

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    From the look of things, I will go with Elta MD. It has most of the qualities I am looking for.

    Quote Originally Posted by Debrushman View Post
    Best sunblock in the world, and its 100% natural.
    Its called: Stay out of the sun.
    It provides 100% protection from uva, uvb, and uvc.
    I understand that the best protection is to stay out of the sun, but sometimes that is not possible. Commuting to work for instance; I can easily spend 30 minutes to an hour in my car driving to places. Also, I go out for jogs and biking. Running and biking in the wee mornings or at night is not exactly a great time to exercise.

    I would also like to thank everyone for their suggestions and inputs. I hope this thread has been helpful.

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    This is a thread i started some time , some useful advice
    http://badgerandblade.com/vb/showthr...ace?highlight=

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    All right, I'm jumping on the Elta bandwagon, too. Probably gonna go for the SPF 45 that's oil free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bellac View Post
    I would also like to thank everyone for their suggestions and inputs. I hope this thread has been helpful.
    Hahaha, funny how it works out! I've been using this stuff for years...because you started this thread, and I got up with greenerock, I'm now waiting on an 8oz bottle of my Sport 50 for $28...that's $17 less (+tax) than I would've paid in my Derm's office and HE got a $10 spiff from Dermstore.com....

    the Thank You goes to you and Badger & Blade!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalvadorMontenegro View Post
    All right, I'm jumping on the Elta bandwagon, too. Probably gonna go for the SPF 45 that's oil free.
    Great choice!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBull View Post
    Hahaha, funny how it works out! I've been using this stuff for years...because you started this thread, and I got up with greenerock, I'm now waiting on an 8oz bottle of my Sport 50 for $28...that's $17 less (+tax) than I would've paid in my Derm's office and HE got a $10 spiff from Dermstore.com....

    the Thank You goes to you and Badger & Blade!
    Thanks BigBull!!! You got a great deal too!!

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    Ordered the oil free SPF 45 from Dermstore. $23 and free, 1-3 day shipping. Great deal.

    You guys should E-mail a link to this thread to Elta's customer service and get a kickback! (Only sort of joking)

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    It looks like I'm a few days late to this party. I highly recommend LaRoche Posay Anthelios. I tan easily and this has been the only sunblock that's been effective for me and doesn't leave my face greasy. It's good for folks w/ normal to combination skin. Here's the link if you would like to learn more http://www.laroche-posay.us/_us/_en/...d-for-face.htm

    Just a recommendation in case Elta MD isn't your thing. Have a great summer!

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    BTW, it's a small bottle but it will last you all summer long. You can find it at CVS. I got mine for $20 on sale but it's normally around $28.

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    I don't go out in the sun. I keep a bottle of Neutrogena sunscreen around, but I give them away each year they go unused & buy a new one for the next year. Haven't needed to use it in about 5 years now.
    Kids are wonderful, but I like mine barbecued - Bob Hope

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    The Elta MD is GREAT! Thank you, gentlemen, for recommending it!

    It goes on without a white cast, doesn't make my face red like chemical sunscreens and doesn't make my face oily, either. I know it's fragrance free, but it does have a light scent to it, which I actually like. It smells very... relaxing... like chamomile tea, or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debrushman View Post
    Best sunblock in the world, and its 100% natural.
    Its called: Stay out of the sun.
    It provides 100% protection from uva, uvb, and uvc.
    True...if you choose to live like a mushroom.

    As I live on the beach in Florida and have done so most of my life, experience says that using a good sunscreen is imperative if you don't want to have future complications. I am outdoors almost always. Best product I have found is Bull Frog..big with the surfing crowd.

    Another good choice is Neutrogena Ultra Sheer. Well regarded in the golfing community.

    I have had execllent results with both.

    Obagi Medical Nu Derm is another good choice. A bit tougher to find but is an excellent product. My Doctor recommends this one.
    Last edited by Acmemfg; 05-26-2012 at 07:09 AM.

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    I use a cowboy hat and No-Ad in SPF Irishman
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