Chances are there your sunscreen is a serious health hazard. Find out more.
The same toxic ingredients in shampoos, soaps, lotions, and makeup are also found in sunscreens. Read this article to stop getting burned!
The global skin care industry generated $121 billion in 2016. But that money might have been better spent on a little known antioxidant supplement called molecular hydrogen. It's not fancy, but studies show it helps keeps skin better hydrated, elastic, and wrinkle-free.
Mainstream companies lure you in with high SPF levels, but what if those promises are full of toxins and lies?
Here are some take home tips on how to protect your self from the sun and dangerous mainstream sunblock brands.
Despite every supermarket, pharmacy, and corner store proffering shelves lined with sun care products, as many as two million people develop skin cancer every year in the U.S. alone. Discovery the safe solution.
Science fiction writers have long cloaked us in HazMat suits lined with oxygen tanks to survive a stripped down and parched Earth, afflicted by years of human neglect. Could toxic sunscreens also be to blame?
When it comes to healthy beauty and your skin, what you ingest is just as important as what you rub on your body’s largest organ.
A new study finds what you eat can have an impact on how crispy you'll get under the sun.
Another challenge with finding the right kind of protection is that most sunscreens contain chemicals that cause cancer and upset the hormonal system. I.e. it's the sunblock, not the sun, that is the main culprit behind the disease.