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So I am working on an advertising campaign for L'oreal's skin care company called "vichy," and I need some input. If you could respond to the following three questions I would really appreciate it. Thanks a lot.

1.Which age range best describes you?
18-24 25-30 30-40 40-50 50+

2.When do you use sunscreen?

3.What do you like/ dislike about Sunscreen in general?
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this for real? as long as it features a GTO go for it. 18-24 i use it so i do not look like a lobster, then peel like an onion. you can use my 06 Brazen in the ad
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I'm in the 30-40 range. Very rarely use sunscreen because of my (sexy?) dark complexion.
Don't like using the stuff because of the sticky feeling you have for the rest of the day. My wife and kids use it alot, though. They have to, they burn easy.
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When it`s sunny and I`m going to be outside for along time.
The stuff I have is too creamy, hard to rub in. And has a terrible aftertaste.....you know....like when your nibbling on the little women.
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40-50.
I use a heavy one my tats, (wouldn't want them to fade after some tanning time). I also use a light block for the first few exposures on the season. I too have a naturally darker skin tone (Portugese).

The only gripe I have about it is the stronger ones need to be worked in.
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Only when I go to the beach (especially on the bald head).
I have yet to find a sunscreen that actually works and stays on after you've been in the water.
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So I am working on an advertising campaign for L'oreal's skin care company called "vichy," and I need some input. If you could respond to the following three questions I would really appreciate it. Thanks a lot.

1.Which age range best describes you?
18-24 25-30 30-40 40-50 50+

2.When do you use sunscreen?

3.What do you like/ dislike about Sunscreen in general?
1) Still 20 something in my mind, the mirror says 50 and the body feels like 100 after all the wrecks I've lived thru.

2) Being Irish/ Norwegian American with red hair, should probably use the stuff inside to shield me from florescent lighting, but use Mobil EP2 grease when working outside because it provides sun protection while adding color.

3) I have to agree with the previous post, tastes bad on the wife's nipples. Also burns the crap out of your eyes if you rub the lids with that sh*t on your hands.

Red.

By the way, who cares about this metro sexual crap on a GTO forum...
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Never thought I would see this question on a car forum:

50+, and should have used it regularly my whole life, but didn't. Didn't even have it when I was a kid. Now I periodically have to either have place frozen, acidified, or as a last resort burned and cut off because of it.

In short, if you're fair complected, use it regularly. SPF 15 minimum.
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1. I'm old enough to remember when sunscreen came in three levels: SPF 1, 2, and 4. And you were considered a wuss if you used the 4. (30-40, closer to 40 than 30).

2. Only use it when I'm going to be outside for extended periods of time. I'm mostly an indoor person, so this is maybe twice a year. Example: going to an F1 or NASCAR race (yes, I attended both the USGP at Indy and the Charger 500 at Darlington this year).

3. Sticky slimy gooey and a hassle to put on. Burns like hell when you sweat and it runs into your eyes. Never tried the spray-on stuff that you don't have to rub in.
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So I am working on an advertising campaign for L'oreal's skin care company called "vichy," and I need some input. If you could respond to the following three questions I would really appreciate it. Thanks a lot.

1.Which age range best describes you?
18-24 25-30 30-40 40-50 50+

2.When do you use sunscreen?

3.What do you like/ dislike about Sunscreen in general?
Well, OK. 42'ish. Never use sunscreen, dark Italian, no need. Sun & more sun... Make sure the GTO stays in the add..
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