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Saturday, October 20, 2012

CNN: Recall: Sunscreen may burst into flames.

Just when you are about to be convinced that there is nothing new under the sun, you are being presented with an eyebrow-raiser', jaw-dropper, and/or a head-scratcher; a sunscreen that acts like an igniter?

It is supposed to protect you from the scorching heat of the sun and act like a heat shield, instead of setting you ablaze. Who would even think that spraying on a sunscreen equals jumping out of the frying pan straight into the fire? Not many, if any at all.

Catching a little sunshine is healthy, because the body needs the vitamin D and soaking up some sun for a few minutes wouldn't hurt. Everything else would be too much, causes bodily damage, and hence defeats the purpose.

It sure seems like they missed the boat where the purpose of this sunscreen is concerned. It would probably function well as a fire-starter. Simply apply it on the logs, expose it to the sun for a bit and voila; instant gratification. Just be sure to keep it away from your skin though.

Unless you like to be fried to a crisp!



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