Saturday, December 04, 2010

Ocean Potion Presents: Fair Game Movie Screening

When I went to Bali earlier this year, I was enthralled at the beauty of the place. Good thing for me, the time I went didn't seem very hot, but there were occasions that seem to be burning or scorching.
Particularly, the day of my arrival where the sun's intensity was at it's highest and the times when I went to the beach. The beach? Well ya, because water and sand act as reflective material intensifying the sun's already burning rays.

Although my parents and my eldest sister used sunblock to protect themselves, me as a guy, just shrugged off the thought.

From a child until today, I have never used sunblock when I should have.
From the endless walking in the scorching sun, to the taxing basketball plays at mid-afternoons in an outdoor court.

Back in high school, I got so dark that a lot of people even thought that I was a Malay!

Now in the present, although my skin has return to a much fairer complexion, I think I should start using sunblock.
Not because I'm gonna start being active playing basketball in the sun again, but rather as a preventive measure to the harmful effects of the suns ray.

As we all know, our natural sunblock, the ozone layer has depleted a little. Although we're still having a safe amount of protection, it's better to have extra protection to prevent skin cancer like Melanoma or just plain simple of protecting against sun burn where you turn into a red lobster. XD

Recently, I've been hearing about Ocean Potion sunblock and am thinking of trying it.

It looks promising in protecting me since I saw a "Recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation" logo. I also hope it will overcome my abhorrence for going out in the afternoon.
Then I can enjoy my fun in the sun like I use to again.

And now, with Advertlets, Ocean Potion is having a movie screening for the Movie "Fair Game".
Details for bloggers on how to obtain passes below.

On that movie night (Dec 13, 2010), you can even bring your existing sunblock to exchange for Ocean Potion products at a discounted price.

I'm gonna make myself free on that night. :D


இ Baŋäŋaz இ said...

Bananaz never put on sun block guess skin thick enough the basketball pix when it hit the iron grill. tQ

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

But still, it's better to take preventive measure so as not to get skin cancer.

I loved playing basketball when I was young. :)

Atl plastic surgery said...

There are some who are saying that the sunscreen can also lead to cancer on the skin due to the prevalence of vitamin A in it...there are some products which are not so much recommended ...must watch out for those.

Kelvin -KtheBlogger- Tan said...

Well, this one is recommended by the skin cancer foundation, so I guess it's not a problem.

Of course, must also know your skin and be careful like what you said. :)