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I know, don't get in your eyes, but ultimately I always manage to get some, somehow, in my eyes and it burns for quite a while. Has anyone come across a good sunscreen that doesn't burn your eyes. I've tried quite few but haven't found one yet. Any suggestions....
 

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LOL - I've only met you once and you are pretty damn white!!
Racist!!! ::) ;) :biggrin1: You are right though...Minnisnowta White we call him! Jusaintright!
 

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Using sunscreen for me is kinda like cutting up jalapenoes. Sometime during the day I ultimately end up rubbing my eyes and then remember that I shouldn't do that. I'm either a slow learner or my memory is going to hell. I forget which it is....:).
 

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Get some "OCEAN POTION" Dab on (roll on) sunscreen...
SPF 50...
Works GREAT, no greasy mess, dries quickly, lasts about 2 hours...
Trouble is.. its hard to find in Denver.....
I usually get it online... inexpensive, too...
 

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The Rocky Mountain Sunscreen that I recommended will burn your eyes. I remembered that yesterday when I started sweating. I does work real well though.
I learned something new this year about SPF ratings. It's based on how long sunscreen protects not how well it protects. I away though the opposite. It's kinda weird though because they all say to reapply after 2 hours??

https://www.badgerbalm.com/s-30-what-is-spf-sunscreen-sun-protection-factor.aspx
 
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