Daddyssillypuppy t1_jcn80im wrote

We have light 'spf 15' ones but they're mostly face lotions and such that are meant to be worn under makeup or indoors.

For outdoors we have spf 30 or 50 generally. After 50 the protection doesn't increase much so spf100 isn't much better than the 50.

I know our sunscreens have to go through testing and meet regulations but I assume the rest of the world does that too.

We have a long long running TV add campaign called Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek, Slide.

Slip on a hat, Slop on sunscreen, Slap on a hat, seek shade, slide on sunglasses.

Edit- Slip on a Shirt


Daddyssillypuppy t1_ja2iq78 wrote

The 9 ACEs included are just the most common occurring adverse childhood experiences that they studied. It's very common to witness your mum being abused versus having a sibling die after prolonged medical care.

The ACE list is not meant to be an exhaustive list of all the bad things that happen in childhood that cause issues later in life. Just the 9 most common ones amongst the study participants.