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    Haha yeah give it a go. I'm sure she will burn to a crisp. How silly!

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    She apparently did, drank 4.5L one day and didn't get sunburnt whereas her friend did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by just her chameleon View Post
    She apparently did, drank 4.5L one day and didn't get sunburnt whereas her friend did.
    That's only because she spent all her time in the toilet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    That's only because she spent all her time in the toilet!
    Maybe it is something like this she is talking about...

    I had to do a google after reading her crazy idea....

    http://www.harmonizedwater.com/UVProtection.aspx

    Sounds ridiculous if you ask me!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwimum890 View Post
    Maybe it is something like this she is talking about...

    I had to do a google after reading her crazy idea....

    http://www.harmonizedwater.com/UVProtection.aspx

    Sounds ridiculous if you ask me!!
    No, she was talking just plain regular H20. I also got told sunscreen can make it worse


    Always an interesting weekend when we catch up!

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    She sounds like she'd get on well with the person I know who uses coconut oil as sunscreen on her and her pasty white skinned kids skin. She swears it's better than sunscreen...I am not convinced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by just her chameleon View Post
    No, she was talking just plain regular H20. I also got told sunscreen can make it worse


    Always an interesting weekend when we catch up!
    Gosh she just sounds stooopid!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Full House View Post
    She sounds like she'd get on well with the person I know who uses coconut oil as sunscreen on her and her pasty white skinned kids skin. She swears it's better than sunscreen...I am not convinced.
    Ugh! I've heard this before too. Apparently coconut oil has a SPF2? Even if that's correct, it's only SPF2, it's not enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Full House View Post
    She sounds like she'd get on well with the person I know who uses coconut oil as sunscreen on her and her pasty white skinned kids skin. She swears it's better than sunscreen...I am not convinced.
    Oh those poor kids!!

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    I had a family member who thought sunscreen was poison and would use paw paw balm instead. Yeah that poor kid got burnt to a crisp several times.


 

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