Listen: Sunburn, Mexico, Five Hundred Minutes discussed on Dana Loesch
"To the rays of the sun and many of those are light skinned on are prone to sunburn and I'm going to say much less in the, way of sunburn that I've experienced since I've been taking a wide range of antioxidants I take a vitamin e. e. g. c. g. and curcumin and although. I make sure that I get really gradual sun exposure and build a base. Ten I can't remember the last time that had, a bad, sunburn on this regimen But we belong talking about sunscreens and I remember when I first began broadcasting The the thought. On sunscreens is, that the up selling you with. SPF SPF of thirty forty fifty was overkill SPF stands for sun protective factor And the idea is that an SPF of fifty increases the time that it takes for you to. Get a sunburn by factor fifty so if you're very light skinned and you're having, your post exposure, to the sun say in Mexico After a long cold. Winter inside and it takes ten minutes for you to develop a sunburn with an SPF fifty applied all over your body it would. Take five hundred minutes that's a lot of hours of sun exposure so virtually complete, protection against sunburn Another way of translating that is if it took. You a half an hour to. Get a sunburn half an hour exposure to. Direct sunlight at noon Equitorial area If it, took a half hour with. SPF fifty would take twenty five hours of exposure cicadas a sunburn so the thought then. Was it's, gyp your unnecessarily applying, inexpensive sunscreen which."