Enjoy the sunshine but be careful

SoundMan

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Enjoy the weather folks but don't forget the sun-screen. We Irish as a nation are particularly susceptible to skin damage from the sun's rays.

Wear a broad brimmed hat if you can - baseball caps don't protect your ears or your neck.
And apply sunscreen carefully - sunscreen running into your eyes even with sweat, stings like a mofo
 
Enjoy the weather folks but don't forget the sun-screen. We Irish as a nation are particularly susceptible to skin damage from the sun's rays.

Wear a broad brimmed hat if you can - baseball caps don't protect your ears or your neck.
And apply sunscreen carefully - sunscreen running into your eyes even with sweat, stings like a mofo
Didn’t realise you needed to wear sunscreen underneath a balaclava.
 
Enjoy the weather folks but don't forget the sun-screen. We Irish as a nation are particularly susceptible to skin damage from the sun's rays.

Wear a broad brimmed hat if you can - baseball caps don't protect your ears or your neck.
And apply sunscreen carefully - sunscreen running into your eyes even with sweat, stings like a mofo

G'way ya wuss.

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My kids bought me a Tilley hat recently. I've always wanted one but they're quite expensive.

As someone with fair skin I've not been one to lol about bare-skinned in the sun without factor 50 since my early 20s and a couple of very bad sunburns.

There's enough cancer in the world killing people without risking skin cancer imho.
 
My kids bought me a Tilley hat recently. I've always wanted one but they're quite expensive.

As someone with fair skin I've not been one to lol about bare-skinned in the sun without factor 50 since my early 20s and a couple of very bad sunburns.

There's enough cancer in the world killing people without risking skin cancer imho.
Completely agree. I scald very easily and in recent years I’ve been a lot more careful with protecting my scalp especially. Being bald is very dangerous during the summer.
 
My kids bought me a Tilley hat recently. I've always wanted one but they're quite expensive.

As someone with fair skin I've not been one to lol about bare-skinned in the sun without factor 50 since my early 20s and a couple of very bad sunburns.

There's enough cancer in the world killing people without risking skin cancer imho.
Soundy! I was just about to post that Tilley hats are the bees knees. I got one for my birthday the summer before last and I think it's my favourite possession.
 
My kids bought me a Tilley hat recently. I've always wanted one but they're quite expensive.

As someone with fair skin I've not been one to lol about bare-skinned in the sun without factor 50 since my early 20s and a couple of very bad sunburns.

There's enough cancer in the world killing people without risking skin cancer imho.
A vitamin D deficiency in the winter and sunburn in the summer.

FF/FG/G = scumbags.
 
Enjoy the weather folks but don't forget the sun-screen. We Irish as a nation are particularly susceptible to skin damage from the sun's rays.

Wear a broad brimmed hat if you can - baseball caps don't protect your ears or your neck.
And apply sunscreen carefully - sunscreen running into your eyes even with sweat, stings like a mofo
You remind me of me Dad....and you're about the same age!!
 
Enjoy the weather folks but don't forget the sun-screen. We Irish as a nation are particularly susceptible to skin damage from the sun's rays.

Wear a broad brimmed hat if you can - baseball caps don't protect your ears or your neck.
And apply sunscreen carefully - sunscreen running into your eyes even with sweat, stings like a mofo

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Solid advice. Avoid sun damage wherever possible.

Got a grand cheap safari hat on amazon for walking the dog.

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Wouldnt really recommend spending a lot on a hat as you invariably lose them ( have lost a Stetson, amongst others)
 
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