Translation of sunscreen in Spanish:


filtro solar, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsənˌskrin//ˈsʌnskriːn/



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    filtro solar masculine
    • He, along with several other employees, collected beef jerky, gum, shaving cream, shampoo, deodorant, bug spray, sunscreen, DVDs and CDs.
    • Joint promotions are useful for products that go together, such as ice cream and topping or swim gear and sunscreen.
    • The shades are being dusted down and tubes of sunscreen are being bought in optimistic anticipation, which can mean only one thing - summer has arrived.
    • Instead of sunscreens, use sunblocks, which are less irritating to sensitive skin.
    • Already we have scientists who've developed sunscreen from compounds in coral, and painkillers from the venom of cone shell snails found in the Great Barrier Reef.
    • Don't forget sunscreen and a hat next time you go out in the sun.
    • Using a natural sunscreen can help protect not only your skin, but also our waterways.
    • See, the first day I'd made the fateful mistake of applying my own sunscreen, which meant slapping it on my shoulders and back.
    • Travelling with a baby to the sun demands more than a spare soother and a tube of factor 50 sunscreen.
    • Yet, unlike pesticides, these drugs - as well as shampoos, sunscreens and other personal care products rushing down the drain - aren't examined for their effect on the environment before they're placed on the market.
    • If you find sunscreens irritating, you're probably reacting to a perfume or a preservative like methylparaben or propylparaben.
    • They buy bottled water if they fear that their drinking water is polluted, and they apply sunscreen to protect their skin from UV radiation.
    • While a lot of us just want to relax on the beach and forget about all financial issues, it's a good idea to make sure you have some decent travel insurance packed with the sunscreen.
    • The glass coating is made of titanium dioxide, more often found in sunscreen and toothpaste.
    • He's coming in from Chicago, which is 23 degrees colder than Park City this time of year, so you may see him wearing shorts and lots of sunscreen.
    • The bag had her book, sunglasses and sunscreen, two towels and a complete change of clothes for her, a single towel for him.
    • Only 54 percent wear some sort of sunscreen during the summer, and 84 percent believe protection is necessary only if they intend to be outside ‘for a long period of time.’
    • The upshot is a more effective sunscreen that does not look like war-paint when we apply it to our bodies.
    • Most of us think nothing of slathering on the sunscreen or donning a pair of shades to protect our eyes when we venture outdoors.
    • They're cruising through the tropics, and their biggest worry is whether to use SPF 20 or 30 sunscreen.