Translation of sunblock in Spanish:

sunblock

bloqueador solar, n.

noun

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    bloqueador solar masculine
    • So make sure to take a hat, sunglasses with ultra-violet protection and plenty of sunblock and high-factor suncream.
    • The sun is fierce, so pack sunglasses, sunblock, hats, quick-drying shorts, and long-sleeved shirts along with your bathing suit and rugged sandals.
    • Use a sunscreen or sunblock with a sun protection factor of at least 15, even on cloudy days.
    • Could you recommend any kind of sunblock that won't ruin my skin?
    • However, minimizing your exposure to the sun and making sure to protect yourself with sunblock when you are in the sunlight can help reduce signs of aging.
    • The sunscreens and sunblocks mentioned here protect against both UVA and UVB rays, and most do not contain the potentially allergy-inducing, synthetic PABA.
    • Bright white zinc oxide, found in surf shops, does not irritate skin and is a very effective sunblock.
    • Plus, it contains a PABA-free SPF 15 sunblock for added protection from winter sun.
    • As with other areas of the body, skin cancer of the eyelid can be avoided by using sunblock, sunglasses and hats.
    • If you have very frail/light skin, you must use sunblock!
    • The American Cancer Society estimates that more than 51,000 skin cancer cases will be diagnosed this year, so your best bet is to wear sunblock and protective clothing.
    • Which brings me to my next point: You must use sunblock or sunscreen in order to protect your skin from the sun.
    • But, they do have to use sunblock on any exposed skin, such as the tips of their noses.
    • Clinique Sparkle Skin exfoliator before sunbathing ensures my tan lasts and Lancome sunblock gives me both the UVA and UVB protection to tan safely
    • Therefore, all patients should be cautioned to use sunblock and, whenever possible, to cover exposed skin when they are outdoors.
    • Wear a sunscreen or sunblock with a minimum SPF 15, says the American Academy of Dermatology.
    • While creams are the primary type of sunblock other forms include gels, lotions, and sprays.
    • But neither sunscreen nor sunblock is 100 percent effective, so it's important to also protect your skin with hats, sunglasses, clothing, and umbrellas.
    • More than 60% of these respondents said they wear sunblock as a preventive measure against skin cancer.
    • Use water-resistant suntan lotion / sunblock and even consider wearing a T-shirt while you snorkel, especially under the strong midday sun.