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  • Ton de Graaf

    This picture taken on August 16 shows Chinese beachgoers wearing body suits and protective head masks, dubbed 'face-kinis' by Chinese netizens, on a crowded public beach in Qingdao. The face masks were initially designed to protect from sunburn - as many people in China dislike getting a tan, especially on the face - but it turns out they are also quite handy at repelling insects and jellyfish.

  • Claire Earley

    Facekini - To protect you from the sun!!!! So ok the sun's rays can be harmful but don't they know that sunlight is also one of the best sources of vitamin D theses trally have to be way OTT https://www.facebook.com/different.solutions.page

  • Kari Mechid

    The face kini: Chinas new beach trend

  • Jan Pendergrass

    Finally some sun protection without all that greasy lotion!

  • Ben Sorofman

    Chinese Beach Accessory

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