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I bought a box (36 cans) of Sea & Ski After Sun Therapy on eBay and paid $3.50 plus s&h. Never tried it before, but it sounds good and is made with aloe,avocado,chamomile, cucumber, etc.

 

They have more cases and nobody really bids on them from what I see . . . bids start at 99 cents. A practical & cost effective addition to your OOT bags - check it out:

 

eBay: 1 CASE SEA & SKI ALOE AFTER SUN THERAPY 36 CANS CASE (item 260096900444 end time Mar-21-07 08:17:45 PDT)

 

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I bought a box (36 cans) of Sea & Ski After Sun Therapy on eBay and paid $3.50 plus s&h. Never tried it before, but it sounds good and is made with aloe,avocado,chamomile, cucumber, etc.

They have more cases and nobody really bids on them from what I see . . . bids start at 99 cents. A practical & cost effective addition to your OOT bags - check it out:

eBay: 1 CASE SEA & SKI ALOE AFTER SUN THERAPY 36 CANS CASE (item 260096900444 end time Mar-21-07 08:17:45 PDT)

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Thanks! I read in another thread to just be careful with the expiration dates...I just emailed them to ask what it is....
This would be a wonderful addition to everthing else in the OOT bags!!!!!
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I didn't get them yet but I'll check the date & post it when I know. This sounds horrible - but - I didn't think about that and I'm not that concerned. smile43.gif

 

Some of the stuff I'm putting in the bags I honestly think most people will bring on their own (sunscreen/meds/lotion/etc.) But I'm counting on some folks to forget so that's where this came in.

 

I wouldn't include expired sunscreen or meds, but worst case scenario, I wonder how harmful can expired after-sun aloe & stuff be?

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Just be careful. Some expired things such as sun care products actually have the OPPOSITE effect that they are supposed to have. People can suffer from serious burns.

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I agree when it comes to sunscreen, I would never provide old sunscreen for the reasons you stated for sure. I guess the opposite effect of moisterizer would be to dry out the skin? Not good either. I'll have to let you guys know if anyone turns into a lizard, lol.

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