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Poll: Do you wear sun cream in Ireland?

Irish people are more susceptible to skin cancer – are we protecting ourselves?

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A SKIN CANCER index has revealed Ireland ranks high globally in terms of susceptibility to melanoma.

Three out of four people in Ireland have the type of skin that either burns before it goes brown or burns without tanning at all. Experts have said sun protection should be worn even on cloudy days.

So we want to know: Do you wear sun cream in Ireland?


Poll Results:

Only when it's sunny (7543)
No, never (3396)
Yes, regularly (2083)



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