July 25, 2014

Give Away: 10 Bottles of Soothing Balm Moisturizer

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I’m kicking off my day of giveaways with a must have product for every active family.

With summer around the corner, families stock up on sunscreen. But with our family, we also stock up on Soothing Balm by Solaro Armour. I’ve mentioned on here that I am a big believer in investing a little more in quality skin care, and this all over moisturizer leaves my skin feeling soft and silky. For me, it’s a perfect daily moisturizer.

One of my pet peeves with moisturizers are ones that leave that greasy feel. Soothing Balm is non oily and non greasy with a very high absorption rate, which I love.

Honestly, each of my kids have their own bottle of Soothing Balm, and they use it for every thing. (Yes, the picture above is one of our well loved bottles.) From chapped skin in the winter, to football rub rash, to  helping reduce pain associated with razor burn and most definitely, sunburn. I love it because my frugal nature knows that a little goes a long way unlike typical moisturizers.

Dermatologists have been so impressed that some of our local doctors have started carrying it in their offices, and when patients try a sample, they are back for more.

I’m thrilled to kick off my giveaway day with ten bottles of Soothing Balm. Lots of you will win.

Yet as much as I love giving some away, I requested a frugalista deal for everyone. Not only is the retail price marked down for a limited time, but you may enter coupon code:  bb311 at checkout for an additional $5 off. This price is only good through 3/25. (The orders are done through Paypal, but you do not have to have a  Paypal account to purchase.)

How do I enter?

There are multiple ways to enter (up to 4 entries total on my giveaway, and they must be left on the blog, not facebook), but only one entry is necessary.

* Be sure to enter a separate comment for each method of entry (one comment for Facebook, one comment for Twitter, etc.). You may leave up to four separate comments.

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Entries for this giveaway will close on Sunday, March 27 @ 11:50pm EST. The winning entry will be selected via random.org. The winners will be contacted directly and must respond within 48 hours or a new winner will be selected.



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  1. One sun fact: too much sun causes uneven skin tones.
    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  2. I subscribe in Google Reader.

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  3. I like your Facebook page.

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  4. that golden color you see is the result of injury to the epidermis

    I just ordered some too :)

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  5. Subscriber via email

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  6. Following you on Twitter

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  7. Fan on Facebook

    Blessings,
    Mel
    Please feel free to stop by: Trailing After God

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  8. I am a Facebook Fan :)

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  9. I subscribe to your emails :)

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  10. Too much sun can cause skin damage and even skin cancer :(

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  11. Katrina E says:

    I am a facebook Fan!

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  12. Katrina E says:

    One sun fact: Tanned skin may be revered as beautiful, but that golden color you see is the result of injury to the epidermis, the top layer of skin.

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  13. im a fb fan and a sun fact is wrinkles to much uv rays can cause your skin to wrinkle and most people dont want to look any older then they are!

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  14. I like you on Facebook.

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  15. Peak hours for sun exposure are between 10am and 4pm

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  16. Carmen B. says:

    I follow you on Facebook, and thanks for the opportunity!

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  17. Niki Blake says:

    Long term radiation from the sun makes you look old and wrinkled…..ugh!!

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  18. Niki Blake says:

    I am an email follower…I love your blog!

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  19. Niki Blake says:

    I am also a friend on facebook! :)

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  20. My favorite sun fact (I’m a pale gal!): Tanned skin may be revered as beautiful, but that golden color you see is the result of injury to the epidermis, the top layer of skin.

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  21. I subscribe and read you in Google Reader all the time!

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  22. The sun causes uneven skin tones.

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  23. I am an e-mail subscriber!

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  24. I am a facebook fan! :)

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  25. Facebook fan!

    (I would tweet, but not sure what we’re supposed to tweet…?)

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  26. Carolyn Maves says:

    Please enter me into your giveaway for the lotion. Thanks for the tip, I have never heard of this lotion, sounds very good. God bless.

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  27. Too much UVA, which is common in tanning beds, causes aging and skin cancer.

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  28. I also subscribe via RSS feed.

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  29. Ohh!!! Good sun fact – your eyes need protection as well as your skin! I wear prescription glasses and am a bad one on this!

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  30. Mary Treadway says:

    Too much sun causes wrinkles. At my age, preventing more wrinkles is a must.

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  31. Tanya Stewart says:

    Age Spots
    Some types of age spots are the result of sun exposure, which is why they tend to appear on areas that get a lot of sun, such as the face, hands, and chest. Bleaching creams, acid peels, and light-based treatments may lessen their appearance.

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  32. sue moschino says:

    I always wear sun glasses as sunscreen for my eyes..and definitely do the sun in extreme moderations..I get sun poisioning :(

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  33. Too much sun also causes irregular coloring or pigmentation of the skin.

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  34. I subscribe via email.

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  35. I’m a Facebook fan!

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  36. Sunburn is skin damage from UV rays.

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  37. I already subscribe to your posts.

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  38. I subscribed! Too much sun can cause skin cancer and lots of wrinkles!

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  39. Too much sun causes irregular coloring or pigmentation of the skin.

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  40. I subscribe to the e-mail.

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  41. I like your Facebook page.

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  42. Sun Fact: Sunlight in small doses is essential for our bodies to produce vitamin D. Small doses often turn into larger doses with the distraction of out door activities to protect ourselves a sun block is necessary.

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  43. Natalie Y says:

    I’m a Facebook fan!

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  44. Natalie Y says:

    The long term effect of UV radiation is to make the skin look old and wrinkled

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  45. I subscribe in a reader!

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  46. I like you on facebook!

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  47. Too much sun exposure can cause uneven skin tones.

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  48. The sun’s rays can cause cataracts and damage your eyes too so remember to wear sunglasses with UV protection.

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  49. Sun exposure can cause uneven skin tones. Thanks for the chance to win- sounds like great stuff!

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  50. We’re friends on Facebook! :)

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  51. We’re Facebook friends!

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  52. I’m a follower!

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  53. Sunlight in small doses is essential for our bodies to produce vitamin D.

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  54. sona bran says:

    sunburn and age spots

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  55. sona bran says:

    this is NOT a sunscreen? Is that correct?

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  56. Denise P. says:

    Always check the label of your medications, they can increase sensitivity to UV rays.

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  57. too much sun can cause skin damage and even skin cancer.

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  58. I am an email subscriber.

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  59. I am a Facebook fan!

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  60. Sun exposure causes wrinkles.

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  61. The long term effect of UV radiation is to make the skin look old and wrinkled. Yuck.

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  62. I subscribe through email

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  63. I am a friend on Facebook

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  64. UV light breaks down collagen and makes us wrinkle!

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  65. If I twittered, I would twitter about this giveaway

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  66. The long term effect of UV radiation is to make the skin look old and wrinkled! And who wants that?

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  67. I subscribe via Google Reader.

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  68. too much sun can cause age spots – yikes!

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  69. I subscribe to your emails

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  70. I follow you on twitter

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  71. I like your facebook page.

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  72. Fact: sun over-exposure can cause skin discoloration: I started wearing 70 sun block AND a hat when my nose started turning a weird color–yuck!

    Thanks for the give away :)

    beth

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  73. You’re already in my reader!

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  74. Already friends on FB.

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  75. Too much sun can casue skin cancer! Enough reason for me to be careful!

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  76. The wrinkle thing is the one sun thing I always think of – thanks for the giveaway!

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  77. Already am a subscriber to your blog, too!

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  78. anne conover says:

    too much sun exposure leads to age spots

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  79. anne conover says:

    i follow you on facebook :)

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  80. Sun induced thinning of the skin may also make tiny skin blood vessels more apparent, giving the skin a reddish appearance.

    Yep! I got me some sun damage … don’t like it a bit!

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  81. I’m a google reader follower!

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  82. I like you on facebook! :)

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  83. I follow you on twitter!

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  84. I love a good after sun lotion! I’m excited to try this!

    UVB rays are responsible for sunburn, and supress the immune system & cause cataracts.

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  85. I am a follower/subscriber with GFC

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  86. I am a facebook fan

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  87. I am twitter follower.

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  88. Marcee Rodgers says:

    Already a follower;)

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  89. Marcee Rodgers says:

    Liked you on FB:)

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  90. Too much sun can cause skin damage!

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  91. Marcee Rodgers says:

    I already subscribe thru reader:)

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  92. I follow you via Reader!

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  93. Marcee Rodgers says:

    Apply sunscreen about 30 minutes before you go outside so that the sunscreen can form a good layer of protection.

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  94. “The long term effect of UV radiation is to make the skin look old and wrinkled”

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  95. I’m an email subscriber.

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  96. And a FaceBook follower.

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  97. Age spots are a result of too much sun! Please enter me in the giveaway. Thanks!

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  98. Sun is good for you in small doses

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  99. Sunfact – It produces vitamin D.

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  100. heather king says:

    sun is essenital, of course in small doses, for vit. d.

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  101. heather king says:

    I like you on facebook.

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  102. heather king says:

    I get your email updates.

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  103. Blaine A. says:

    To much sun is bad for your skin… :)

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  104. Blaine A. says:

    I like you on FB

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  105. Blaine A. says:

    I subscribe to your site through email

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  106. Misty Dufur says:

    “The SUN is just ONE of about 100 billion STARS in our GALAXY.”

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  107. Sun can cause cancer. But it also provides vitamin D. What do we do with that?! =)

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  108. One of the effects is age spots.

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  109. Danielle says:

    Here’s a sun fact: “Tanned skin may be revered as beautiful, but that golden color you see is the result of injury to the epidermis, the top layer of skin.”
    - Danielle
    other-option AT hotmail DOT com

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  110. Danielle says:

    I subscribe in Reader.
    - Danielle
    other-option AT hotmail DOT com

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  111. Sun fact – Covering up is the best way to protect skin!

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  112. I’m a fb fan. This stuff sounds great – I’m always looking for better/cheaper lotion-type products for our sensitive skin.

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  113. RobinCov says:

    I would love to try this when we get too much sun. I am a FB friend and I receive your e-mails. Thanks.

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  114. The sun causes uneven skin tones….yuck!

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  115. Sunburn is skin damage from the sun.

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  116. I am a fan on FB

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  117. “Sun exposure can damage your eyes as well as your skin. The best way to protect your eyes from the UV rays is to wear sunglasses that provide 100% UV protection.” I think a lot of times e forget to protect our eyes!

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  118. shannon o says:

    sunburn is skin damage

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  119. shannon o says:

    e-mail subscriber

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  120. I follow on facebook!

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  121. Long term affects of UV exposure can make your skin look wrinkled- in other words you’ll look OLD faster! :)

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  122. I’m an RSS feed subcriber

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  123. Holly S. says:

    I learned that age spots and wrinkles are results from too much time in the sun :(

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  124. Holly S. says:

    I am a friend on FB.

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  125. I am a PhD student researching vitamin D in breast cancer, so of course my favorite sun fact is that it is necessary for our bodies to synthesize vitamin D! This seems like a great product, thanks for the giveaway!

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  126. Angela Bowen says:

    Sun is good in small doses but we need sunscreen before we forget and it turns into a big dose!

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  127. Angela Bowen says:

    email subscriber

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  128. Denise Wilson says:

    Too much sun can definitely damage your skin… and make you look years older than you actually are (I don’t need help looking older!).

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  129. Denise Wilson says:

    Email subscriber

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  130. Denise Wilson says:

    FB Fan

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  131. UV rays accelerate aging on the skin

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  132. I’m a facebook fan

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  133. I’m a RSS subscriber

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  134. That beautiful tan color on the skin is actually an indication of injury to the epidermis! Yuck. Never knew that.

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  135. I subscribe to emails.

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  136. The long term effects of UV radiation makes the skin look old and wrinkled.
    I am 71 and most people think I am in my early 60′s because I have been careful of my skin in the sun and don’t have a ton of wrinkles. I would love to win this Soothing Balm.

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  137. I am an email subscriber

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  138. Sitting in the sun too much can cause the sun to look old or wrinkled.

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  139. I subscribe through a reader.

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  140. Sunburn is skin damage from the sun’s UV rays.

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  141. I subscribe by email. Thanks!

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  142. Some types of Age Spots are the result of sun exposure.
    gourdsrmylife(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  143. email subscriber
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  144. The golden tone we see is actually damage to the epidermis.

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  145. I am an email subscriber.

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  146. Age Spots – I’m not even 30 yet and I have some. :(

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  147. I subscribe via Google Reader.

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  148. Jodie Reimink says:

    The best way to protect yourself from the sun is to cover up–0r live in Michigan, like we do :)

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  149. Jodie Reimink says:

    I subscribe via e-mail and google reader. So I’m sure not to miss out!

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  150. Jennifer M says:

    Tanned skin may be seen as beautiful, but that golden color is the result of injury to the epidermis.

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  151. Jennifer M says:

    I subscribe via email.

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  152. Jennifer M says:

    I like you on facebook.

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  153. To prevent sun damage wear at least a SPF of 15.

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  154. I subscribe to your emails.

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  155. Amanda Y. says:

    “Check your medication labels to look for warnings about sensitivity to UV rays. Ask your pharmacist if you have any questions about it.”

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  156. A sun fact I just learned is that the sun can thin out your skin and cause a reddish appearance. Ugh! I am going back to being more vigilant with my daily sunscreen.

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  157. I subscribe through RSS.

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  158. I follow you on Twitter.

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  159. Amanda Y. says:

    I’m an email subscriber

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  160. Amanda Y. says:

    I’m a facebook fan

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  161. Fact: too much sun can cause wrinkles.
    With the high rate of cancer in our society, that is what I am most worried about.

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  162. I subscribe through email

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  163. A sun fact: some types of age spots are the result of sun exposure.

    I haven’t heard of this product before and am interested in trying it out, thanks for posting this.

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  164. I am a FB friend

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  165. Sun can cause certain type of age spots.

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  166. Linda B. says:

    Tanning is actually damage to the epidermis.

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  167. Linda B. says:

    I “liked” you on Facebook.

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  168. Sun can cause uneven skin tones.

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  169. I subscribe by e-mail.

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  170. I didn’t know there was such a thing as UVC rays – interesting!

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  171. I subscribe via RSS reader.

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  172. And I also like your FB page!

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  173. Exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays accelerates the effects of skin aging and increases your risk for developing skin cancer.

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  174. RSS subscriber.

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  175. I follow you on Twitter.

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  176. I also like you on Facebook.

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  177. I have such dry skin! This sounds like something I could use. I recieve your newsletter e-mails.

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  178. Ugh! Uneven skin tones. :-(

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  179. Too much sun also causes irregular coloring or pigmentation of the skin, and this is even more pronounced when you have liver disease – which the doctor might not tell you about until you go in asking why you skin suddenly looks so splotchy! I am so glad to learn about this product!

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  180. We are FB friends!

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  181. I get you e-mails!

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  182. How do you spot a lifeguard 15 years after his/her last shift? Look for the 30-something with small pieces of the nose, tops of the ears and forehead removed.
    Sun Fact:
    UVA rays contribute to skin cancer. Protect your skin!!!

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  183. Too much sun causes irregular skin coloring.

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  184. I love reading you via reader.

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  185. I’m a friend on facebook.

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  186. Too much sun causes uneven skin tone.

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  187. Iam an email subscriber.

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  188. Rachelle R says:

    i follow via reader

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  189. Rachelle R says:

    i follow you on fb

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  190. Rachelle R says:

    i learned that some age spots are the results of too much skin exposure

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  191. I subscribe via email

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  192. Protect your eyes from the sun.

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  193. one fact is that Over time, the sun’s ultraviolet light damages the structural components of the skin called collagen and elastin.. When these fibers breakdown, the skin begins to sag, stretch, and lose it’s resilience.

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  194. i am already a email subscriber

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  195. following you on twitter as tracisme123

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  196. i am your friend on beauty and bedlam facebook page, traci smith

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  197. The sun can make you look older than you are! (I saw this firsthand at my hs reunion last fall.)

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  198. I’m your fb friend. :-)

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  199. The tip I learned is that the golden color you see is the result of injury to the epidermis. My pale skin thanks me!

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  200. Too much sun can cause wrinkles

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  201. causes wrinkles

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  202. i am a subscriber

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  203. Awesome giveaways today!

    Sun fact: Check medication labels for warnings about sensitivity to UV rays. Not sure if that’s a fact, but it’s important. I got sunburned this weekend b/c of this!

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  204. I have sensitive skin. This would be great for after shave.
    Many Blessings.

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  205. Sun fact: too much can cause age spots:(

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  206. Liker on Facebook.

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  207. I follow you on Twitter!

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  208. I subscribe to emails!

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  209. I’m a liker on Facebook!

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  210. I’m a follower on twitter and tweeted!

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  211. I’m an email subscriber!

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  212. You should avoid being out in the sun for long periods of time during peak hours (10am to 4pm).

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  213. I am also an email subscriber.

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  214. Too much sun causes irregular coloring or pigmentation of the skin.

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  215. Sun can damage eyes too…wear 100% UV protection sunglasses.

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  216. I’m an email subscriber

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  217. And like you on FB

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  218. I am an email subscriber!

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  219. Sunburns. Oww, I know that one all too well.

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  220. The sun can cause wrinkles and premature aging.

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  221. I follow on twitter.

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  222. I subscribe via email. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  223. A sun tan is skin damage.

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  224. UV light is required in order for us to make Vitamin D in the skin, but those who are light skinned only need about 5 minutes of exposure and those with darker skin only need about 10 minutes.

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  225. I subscribe via e-mail.

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  226. One fact I know is that sun damage doesn’t just occur in the summer months!

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  227. I subscribe to your RSS feed!

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  228. Too much sun causes irregular coloring or pigmentation of the skin.

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  229. google reader subscriber

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  230. I learned that exposure to the sun that cause a thinning of the skin, which makes the skin reddish looking due the the blood vessels being easier to see.

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  231. One effect of the sun is uneven skin tone, don’t I know it.

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  232. I follow by email.

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  233. Mrs. Smitty says:

    Sun exposure can damage your eyes as well as your skin. The best way to protect your eyes from the UV rays is to wear sunglasses that provide 100% UV protection. Make sure the labeling states 100% UV protection. Children need eye protection too.

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  234. Mrs. Smitty says:

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  235. Mrs. Smitty says:

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  236. Deb Boerema says:

    Small doses of sun exposure help our bodies produce vitamin D.

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  237. Crystal K. says:

    Sun fact: Sunburn is skin damage from the sun’s UV rays.

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  238. Crystal K. says:

    I subscribe to your RSS feed.

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  239. Crystal K. says:

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  240. Crystal K. says:

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  241. We get Vitamin D for the sun so it is good for you , just in small doses. :)

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  242. I follow you on Twitter. Thanks!

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  243. I like you on FB. Thanks again!

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  244. Kathy Clark says:

    Wrinkles! The sun causes excessive wrinkles to our beautiful skin with to much exposure to unprotected skin.

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  245. Kathy Clark says:

    I am a facebook fan

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  246. Kathy Clark says:

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  247. Kathy Clark says:

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  248. Charlotte says:

    Too much sun can cause skin damage.

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  249. Charlotte says:

    I am a facebook fan.

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  250. Charlotte says:

    I am an email subscriber.

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  251. I love non greasy moisturizers!!! This would be great this summer!!! Thanks!

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  252. Milian O says:

    I need to reapply sunscreen every 2-3 hours.

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  253. Milian O says:

    I’m an email subscriber.

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  254. Be real careful if you take certain medications and you are out in the sun.

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  255. Sun fact: some types of age spots are the result of sun exposure.

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  256. I receive your daily emails.

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  257. I am your friend on Facebook.

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  258. One affect I’m familiar with as a lifeguard: sunspots on my skin (especially the shoulders).

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  259. I follow you on Google Reader.

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  260. I follow you on twitter.

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  261. Suntan: Tanned skin may be revered as beautiful, but that golden color you see is the result of injury to the epidermis, the top layer of skin. Good one to remember in our culture.

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  262. I’m an RSS subscriber.

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  263. I follow you on Twitter. @presprizes

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  264. Donna B. says:

    Wrinkles?
    The long term effect of UV radiation is to make the skin look old and wrinkled. Over time, the sun’s ultraviolet light damages the structural components of the skin called collagen and elastin.. When these fibers breakdown, the skin begins to sag, stretch, and lose it’s resilience.

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  266. Donna B. says:

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  268. Too much sun causes wrinkles.

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  269. I am a facebook fan

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  270. I am an email subscriber

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  271. Shawna O says:

    “The long term effect of UV radiation is to make the skin look old and wrinkled.”

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  272. Shawna O says:

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  273. Shawna O says:

    I follow you on Twitter @ShawnaMichelle2

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  275. wear UV protective sunglasses

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  276. email subscriber

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  277. follow you on twitter (jjudy04)

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  278. like you on FB (judy jamie)

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  279. kristy m says:

    sun causes wrinkles. wear sunscreen

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  280. Christine B says:

    I get your emails

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  281. Christine B says:

    I “like” you on FB

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  282. Christine B says:

    The sun can give you age spots, wrinkles, cancer and I could go on! Plz always wear sunscreen!

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  283. Christine says:

    Being in the sun too much can cause age spots and can even damage the eyes!

    Christine

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  284. Christine says:

    I am a FB fan too!

    Christine

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  285. The sun can give you age spots!

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  286. I am a facebook fan.

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