..and 10 years fall off his face every time he does it. He's in his 70's.
He showed me how to do it too-
Take the smaller (~6" high) bottle of plain Johnson's Baby Oil, put just barely enough off-the-shelf Iodine in it to slightly color the oil (The same brown Iodine you might buy in the grocery to put on a cut). I mean, you have to look twice at the Baby Oil even if it is next to an un-iodined bottle. Then shake it up until it blends together.
Then he uses just 3-4 drops on his fingertips, lightly whisks it around and spreads it over his face, including his neck.
My Sisters and I often used Baby Oil to tan with, over all those years in the Florida summer sun, we have Italian/Native American skin, you could call it olive I guess, and it worked great. We always only used either Baby oil or the more natural suntan oils (Like Native Tan) or Cocoa Butter.
We all stayed darkly tanned all our lives, never used that white zinc stuff nor any kind of a sunscreen- We are in our fifties now and not one of us has any sign or experience with any kind of skin cancer.
I have all my life been of the opinion that it is the unnatural over-convoluted chemical preparations that folks use on their skin (All those Petrochemicals) that is what's causing all this skin cancer, not our beautiful Sun.