I've posted a product review for SCAPE sun block before, but since Southern California had summer-like weather again, I figured it was a good time to bring it up again.
San Diego had summer-like weather for the past four days. There has been no "May Grey" to speak of. On one of those toasty days I was determined to start prepping and priming part of the house exterior for painting. I worked on an area that was in harsh, direct sunlight for HOURS. Before I placed myself in that extremely sun-soaked area, I applied SCAPE to all exposed skin, which was my face, ears, neck, arms and legs. I must have prepped and primed that exterior section of house for about 4 hours. At the end of the day there were no signs of sunburn, or evidence that I had been in the sun.
Finally, a mention about year-round skin cancer awareness, prevention and education. YEAR-ROUND. Every day. 365 days a year. Got it? Even though the people at SCAPE asked me to give them a shout out about (YEAR ROUND) SKIN CANCER AWARENESS, PREVENTION AND EDUCATION, I would have mentioned it any way. I was given full sized products of SCAPE to try about a year ago, but continue to purchase their products and use them daily. I'm fair skinned and have been to the doctor for skin cancer screenings on a few occasions. I've had my share of sun damage, especially while spending plenty of time outdoors swimming, running, gardening, hiking, etc. Ever since I've been using SCAPE on a daily basis, there have been no issues with sunburns. I use sunscreen every day, even if it's cloudy or if I'm planning to be in doors all day, because I never know what the day will hold.
I use SCAPE SPF 30 lotion, SPF 50 lip balm, and SPF face stick sunblock. This stuff works. I'm even scraping out the last of the face stick with a bobby pin, just so I get every last bit of it.
Song from Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Unskinny Bop - Poison