A new survey finds that women are finding it more difficult to stay comfortable in their own skin when they’re out and about in California.
That’s partly because of a new state law that allows insurers to charge people extra for sunscreen, according to a report by the California Department of Insurance.
That could cause some women to opt for sun protection at work or travel instead.
The survey, conducted by the Insurance Information Institute, surveyed more than 1,300 California women between June 1 and August 1.
It found that most women reported wearing sunscreen at work and around the house more often than they’d like, or at least half of them had worn sunscreen on more than a day’s notice.
The most common sunscreen types were mineral sunscreens, which contain chemical sunscreen ingredients and protect against UVA and UVB rays, and titanium dioxide, which absorbs UV rays.
The most common form of sun protection was a regular face mask with sunscreen, followed by a sunscreen spray or SPF 50.
More than three-quarters of women reported using a sunscreen on the beach, outdoor activities or at the gym.
The average price for regular face masks, spray or sunscreen was $11.93, compared to $6.89 for a titanium dioxide sunscreen, $5.96 for a mineral sunscreen and $5 for a sunscreen containing a sunscreen ingredient like titanium dioxide.
That compares to an average price of $1.11 for a regular sunscreen and $1 for a synthetic sunscreen.
A sunscreen spray costs $2.20 and is more expensive than regular face shields, according the study, which was published online this week in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
The study’s authors said that despite the state’s law, women should wear sunscreen all day and all the time, even if it doesn’t seem necessary.
“The beauty of sunscreen is that it helps keep your body and skin in good condition,” said Emily L. Bresnahan, director of the Institute for Health Policy and Management at the University of California, San Diego, and the study’s lead author.
“You don’t need to apply sunscreen all the day or all the night.
It’s all about staying safe and comfortable.”
The law allows insurers, which are required to cover health-care costs for millions of people in California, to charge workers extra if they don’t wear sunscreen during work.
The state has also instituted a new surcharge for those who don’t take steps to protect themselves.
The new law requires insurers to include sunscreen in their coverage, including those policies that cover health care costs for employers.
But many women do not see sunscreen as a necessity, according, because of the cost.
The cost of a regular sunscreen spray, for instance, is $7.40, while a titanium oxide sunscreen costs $3.49.
But the study found that women who purchased the most expensive sunscreen products had the lowest premiums.
Women who had been working for less than six months or had had a high deductible had the highest premiums, at $12,924.
And women who had worked less than seven months had the least expensive premiums, with $6,064.
The Insurance Information Instation, which conducts research on insurance products and other issues, is part of the University at Buffalo.
The state has not made it mandatory that insurers cover sunscreen in the past.
But in 2013, the state passed a law that requires insurers, including companies like Blue Cross and Blue Shield of California and Medi-Cal, to cover sunscreen for employees and their families.
The insurance companies are required by state law to cover the cost of sunscreen for both their employees and family members.
The California Health Benefit Exchange, which administers the insurance marketplaces, requires insurers with a state-sponsored program to cover all of the costs of sunscreen.
But many insurers have not complied, because they don�t have the money to cover it, said Deborah Siegel, director for the California Office of the Insurance Commissioner.
Some insurers have also offered cheaper products that do not require the use of sunscreen, like the sunscrubber that’s sold in grocery stores, said Katie Schmid, senior policy analyst at the Kaiser Family Foundation.
The problem is that sunscreen costs a lot of money, she said.
The price tag for a good sunscreen is $15 to $20.
That�s for a spray that covers a good area, said Schmid.
But if you buy a product that doesn�t cover your entire face, it might be harder to avoid getting sunburn, she added.
The Kaiser Family Free Health Plan, a federal program that provides health coverage to low-income people and people with disabilities, is also struggling to find coverage for sunscreen.
The group has found that it has to ask women to reapply sunscreen more often.
Schmid said that she’s seen the cost to a woman increase because she has to reapplied sunscreen more frequently.
Schmid said she thinks that if insurance companies make it mandatory to include sunsc