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    aren't zinc oxide and titanium dioxide carcinogens?
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    A long sleeved shirt makes excellent sunscreen. As does an umbrella.
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    I have found that if I eat clean with lots of fats, and take cod liver oil I don't burn 1/2 as bad as I used to. I personally just make sure I up my CLO, and after a couple of hours in the sun cover up, or go inside for a bit. That worked for me last year when I went all over Europe without any sunscreen, and didn't get a burn once even in Italy, and southern France.

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