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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Hair & beauty
sunscreensun‧screen /ˈsʌnskriːn/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DCBa cream or oil that you rub into your skin to stop the sun from burning yousunblock
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sunscreenBring binoculars, sunscreen, walking shoes, hat and a good bird guide.Families are advised to bring comfortable walking shoes, water bottles, sunscreen and snacks to the site.Protect your child from direct sunlight when travelling by using a child sunscreen or roller blind.Whatever your skin type, do use a high-factor sunscreen and reapply it frequently.For safer sunning protect your skin with a high-factor sunscreen and slowly decrease to lower factors.For extra protection, some products contain a protective sunscreen plus Vitamin E to enrich and condition your skin.Endless Kiss gives a smooth finish and it contains a protective sunscreen.Without this sunscreen, more people will get skin cancers.
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