Sunscreen

Sunscreen (also commonly known as sun screen, sunblock, suntan lotion, sunburn cream, sun cream or block out) is a lotion, spray, gel or other topical product that absorbs or reflects some of the sun`s ultraviolet (UV) radiation on the skin exposed to sunlight and thus helps protect against sunburn. Skin-lightening products have sunscreen to prot....
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Sunscreen

(SPF) prevents harmful UV rays reaching the skin, which could cause premature aging.
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sunscreen

(sun´skrēn″) a lotion applied to the skin as protection against sunburn and the harmful effects of ultraviolet radiation. Sunscreens are labeled with a numerical sun protection factor; the higher the number the more protection is afforded. Patients should be cautioned that the sunscreen should be reapplied af...
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sunscreen

sunblock noun a cream spread on the skin; contains a chemical (as PABA) to filter out ultraviolet light and so protect from sunburn
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Sunscreen

(SPF) Prevents harmful UV rays reaching the skin, which could cause burning and premature ageing.
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Sunscreen

a cream that absorbs ultraviolet radiation
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Sunscreen

A cream, lotion, or oil that protects the skin from the ultraviolet rays of the sun.
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sunscreen

a product that protects the skin again sunburns by blocking the penetration of the sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays.
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sunscreen

A substance that blocks the effect of the sun's harmful rays. Using lotions that contain sunscreens can reduce the risk of skin cancer, including melanoma. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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sunscreen

A substance that helps protect the skin from the sun's harmful rays. Sunscreens reflect, absorb, and scatter both ultraviolet A and B radiation to provide protection against both types of radiation. Using lotions, creams, or gels that contain sunscreens can help protect the skin from premature aging and damage that may lead to skin cancer.
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sunscreen

Filters out some of the rays - determined by the SPF factor. Most sun protection products are now usually made with both sunblock and sunscreen ingredients.
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sunscreen

filtro solar, pantalla solar
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Sunscreen

Products that filter a percentage of the sun’s rays, depending on their Sun Protection Factor of SPF.
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Sunscreen

Products with ingredients that absorb UVA and UVB rays. Find one labeled broad spectrum for maximum protection.
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Sunscreen

Sun cream with an included Sun Protection factor, which filters out UV rays and their intensity- but doesn't block them as a sunblock does.
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Sunscreen

Sunscreen is a product, usually a cream, that
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Sunscreen

Sunscreen is a product, usually a cream, that’s applied to the skin to protect it from getting sunburned. The amount of protection is governed by its SPF.
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Sunscreen

Sunscreen is a product, usually a cream, that’s applied to the skin to protect it from getting sunburned. The amount of protection is governed by its SPF.
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Sunscreen

Sunscreen: A substance that blocks the effect of the sun's harmful rays. Using lotions that contain sunscreens can reduce the risk of skin cancer, including melanoma.
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sunscreen

Type: Term Pronunciation: sŭn′skrēn Definitions: 1. A topical product that protects the skin from ultraviolet-induced erythema and resists washing off; its use also reduces formation of solar keratoses and reduces ultraviolet-B-induced melanoma and nonmelanoma skin cancers and wrinkling.
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sunscreen

[n] - a cream spread on the skin
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