Poll : Do you use sunscreen everyday?

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17 thoughts on “Poll : Do you use sunscreen everyday?

  1. I skip it on cloudy days – i know i shouldnt 😛 but I find them yucky and sticky and they give a white cast in photos 🙁 The ones which arent yucky and sticky and looks good are insanely expensive. *nababana*

  2. nope but my derma school frend told me where ever there is light, u get uv rays and hence wear a sunscreen indoors too 😛

  3. I do not step out without sunscreen… Infact I just bought one today! It is tinted and works just perfect even on a humid day!
    I’m too obsessive *preen* and paranoid about applying suncreen 😛 😛

    1. me too Vidhi…I do not step out w/o sunscreen… *nonono* *nonono* actually I got this really nice habit this summer only… 😛 😛 ….btw which sunscreen did u get?

          1. We have a chain of Nobel chemists here… they stock everything 😀
            You can try it in Major chemists … It is marketed by Ethicare 🙂

  4. I have to start again. I am using the Maybelline mousse currently and since it is so light and works so perfectly I just don’t want to apply anything besides moisturizer, foundation concealer and a compact. have to start remembering the sunscreen thing again. *headbang*

  5. I also do not step out widout sunscreen… *nonono* actually I got this habit from imbb only.. *thankyou* imbb!! n vidhi can u share u skin care routine..i hv really became ur fan after ur ootd’s.. *shy* *shy*

    1. *shy* *shy* *shy* awww… really 🙂
      I religiously apply sunscreen first! and rely a lot on homemade face packs and i’m so not lazy that I almost make one everyday! 😀

  6. Earlier I used to skip it a lot…but recently, I have started using UV Care Lite which has 26+ SPF (as written on the pack 😛 )…I use it daily even if I am staying at home….

  7. Im in Australia where there is a thin ozone layer and a very high rate of skin cancer …. But im guilty of skipping sunscreen in winter and on cloudy/overcast days

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