Mainstream companies lure you in with high SPF levels, but what if those promises are full of toxins and lies?
When In Doubt, Opt For Natural Sunscreen
I’m a lover of sun and sand. So much so, that I often dream of pitching a tent on Montauk’s Ditch Plains beach all summer long. But all that sun comes at a price.
It’s clear there’s more to protecting our skin than simply slathering on Coppertone like the 1944 ads suggested. (Editor’s Note: Bayer—makers of systemic pesticides that kill bees—now owns Coppertone.) More important than sky-high SPF claims and easy to apply sprays, UV-fighting ingredients and FDA and EWG standards on worthy-sunscreens are required reading before stepping into the sun. Your skin is your body’s largest organ. Through it, you absorb pollutants and vitamins alike, so some TLC is a must before stepping into the sun.
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