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Is the sunblock I am using good ?

I am a 19 year old and I am using ----Minesol Roc Emulsion Anti-Shine SPF 30---- I live in Dubai and its very hot in here so I just wanted to know if that is good for my skin as my skin is reacting in some of the products i have been using it now for 2 days and i didnt see any side effects but im scared that i will get any side effects as my skin is normal but a little bit sensitive at the same time and im workin mostly outdoors. So if anyone tried it out before a Product from Roc then please let me know about your experience. thank you
Mon, 20 Jun 2011
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi zahra ucan use sunscreen of spf 50 + .
Nutrogena sunscreen with uva protection is good.
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  Anonymous's Response
spf 30 is good u can go for spf 50+ or spf 30+ which are better than spf 30...but they are avaialble only in certain countries..evej after applying this cream shoild not go into hot son in the aftrnoon which has got UVA rays which are more powerfull ..and most of the sunscreens doesnt give protection against UVA
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