Q: According to a study by Reader’s Digest, this smell, which is prevalent in the summertime can make you happier.
If the smell of sunscreen reminds you of bright beach days and tropical getaways, you’re not alone. Research reveals that the smell of sunscreen makes you happy. This scent’s positive effects are based in its association with stress-free vacation time when you are typically more relaxed and happy than usual.
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