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only lasts six minutes, that can’t be enough to do any damage. Mo- ments later I emerged from the tan- ning bed with confidence and a smile. Then I looked in the mirror at my legs, still a blinding winter white. Sigh. No difference. That evening I decided maybe there was a difference after all, but I think I felt it before I saw it. Not really the golden tan I was hoping for, just a little burn in some places. Now I know that the procedure must be repeated several times before any dramatic results become evident. In conclusion, be careful how much sun you allow to get to your skin. Because, in the long run, the perfect tan could give you a not-so-pretty cancerous mole.


When people see you with this oh-so-cool spf lip balm, every- one will be asking you where you got it.


Sun Protection Wipes SPF 30, Ulta, $13, www.ulta.com


These sunscreen wipes are great if you don’t like messing with


SPF Lip Balm Sphere, Target, $3, www.target.com


spray on or rub-in sunscreen.


Sport Sweatproof Sunblock, Walgreens, $10,


www.walgreens.com ―I read of a girl once in a novel who had a lifelong sorrow but it wasn’t red


hair. Her hair was pure gold rippling from her alabaster brow. What is an alabaster brow? I never could find out. Can you tell me?‖ asks the well-beloved Anne Shirley. (Anne of Green Gables, by L.M. Montgomery)


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For athletes, this


sunscreen is a must. It’s sweat-proof and SPF 50!


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