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I've always burned severely and quickly in the sun. After a severe burn in the '70s, I stayed out of the sun, always covered up - long sleeves, hats, and sunglasses. I did not use sunscreen due to the awful chemicals contained in them, the breakouts after using them, etc.
Then I moved to Arizona and had to find sunscreen that didn't leave me looking like a ghost, caused breakouts, was affordable, unscented, chemically clean, required minimal reapplication, and was easy to travel with. I put La Roche Posay to the test during my recent trip to Ecuador. It performed superbly. It's also highly recommended by dermatologists.
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