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The great outdoorsman Dick Person shows you how to find sunblock in nature, such as tree powder and tree sap.
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Laura: Dick, it is gorgeous out today. But you know what, I forgot my sun screen in the tent do you have any?
Dick A good friend and a proven bushman always have some.
Laura: Which you do, thank you!
Dick: This has |only a factor of 20, but that is plenty for the day but when you think about the severity of the amount of sun that you getting right now reflected off the lake as well as the incident light from the sun, it can do serious damage to skin and to eyes. And so, you want to have something which complements this especially in the sensitive parts of your body which is zinc oxide. Now, you want this in your bridge of your nose or on your lips.
Laura: Okay, I will do my nose.
Dick: And so, it also heals as it blocks the sun because it is total sun block.
Laura: That is great! But, if I did not have the sun blocks from the store which I am sure we all forgotten before, can I find anything in nature too?
Dick Let me tell you, I got a couple great solutions for you.
Laura: Of course, let us go!
Dick: Okay Laura, stop by the tree right in front of you. I had something I want to show you here, the light color on this side of the tree is due to a natural to sun block that stop the saps rising to early in the tree in the spring time to where it might freeze. Now, we can also use that same natural sun block, we take away down here like this, look at my hand, good stuff right?
Laura: Okay, I just put it on.
Dick Right, I got it all in my face, I am now sun blocked.
Laura: Let me try that.
Dick: It is also good talcum powder.
Laura: It feels lovely, nice in the skin too.
Dick: And I have second natural one, let us go look at that.
Dick Laura, this is our second natural sun block. And what it is, is the sap of this tree that is concentrated as it comes out on the surface and this is a picture of the first tree—are very healing substance as well useful on this particular case, as sun block. Now what you want, because it is so very sticky, we want a little bit of hand cream, like I mean usually you carrying that you know…
Dick: And so, I take off little bit of that, I smear it on the hand cream like this and I take away it from my face, here try a bit of them.
Laura: That is really nice Dick, that is really nice.
Laura: So, in summary then, we got three sun blocks we talked about. We got the stuff we can buy in the store, we got sun block from the Aspen and goop from Spears Tree.