It’s a legit question, I believe. Every time i’m ill, every time I take a drugs box out of our medicines cabinet, it seems that I always open it on the wrong side. That’s just what you don’t want on that particular moment. You’re miserable enough.
So a ‘What’s the upside?’ arrow indication like they do on courier packages should be obliged. You could state that for educational purposes (you cannot take drugs without reading the manual), the upside always keeps the manual. First time user? Open the box from the upside. In other occasions, you would open the downside because that’s where you are. Or vice versa. Depending on what behavioral therapists and psychologists say.
Sun blocker creme is always a pain in the *** except if you’re a young couple and are looking for ways to touch each other… For couples with young kids, sun blocker is something that has to be done on holidays. Much against their will, these children are forced to be put sunscreen on all over. Also these adults, they need to give the right example. Believe me, it’s not always, and certainly not mine, favorite holiday passtime.
The SunPro sun blocker is one you put on your skin but that changes genetically the molecules of your topskin temporarily so you don’t need to cream yourself in for a while. As it changes the surface skin only, it gets comes off automatically.
You will have them in factor 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 100. Over time this will also be available as a skin injection that equally distributes it over all your topspin.