They SWORE it was safe.
They URGED you to use it, especially here in the warm weather.
And they INSISTED it would protect you from a dangerous and in some cases deadly health risk.
But new research reveals the startling truth about the most commonly used sunscreen ingredients in the nation.
They’re NOT safe!
Not at all – and the new study also tears down another key mainstream myth about sunscreen.
They’ve claimed safety doesn’t matter much since you’re not EATING it. You’re putting it on your skin – and it can’t get into your body that way.
Well, it turns out that’s another MASSIVE LIE…
The TRUTH about sunscreen – and what to do instead
New research reveals how the worst hormone-disrupting chemicals such as oxybenzone in sunscreen CAN get into your body after all.
They not only get inside, they do so easily…
The study finds they can:
- Penetrate the skin
- Enter the bloodstream
- Circulate throughout your body.
And most alarming of all, they can rapidly accumulate in your body in levels high enough to DESTROY your health!
In the new study, human volunteers were given common sunscreens and essentially told to follow the label instructions. They put it on four times a day for four days.
Over the course of a week, their levels of a number of dangerous chemicals shot to the moon… or in this case, maybe straight to the sun.
Chemicals such asoxybenzone, avobenzone, octocrylene and ecamsule– linked to hormone disruption, allergic reactions, organ damage, cellular damage, developmental problems in kids and more – all jumped.
They hit several orders of magnitude above the FDA “safe” levels.
And that’s just from four days!
Imagine putting this stuff on every day, all summer!!
Clearly, sunscreen isn’t as safe as you’ve been told – but they STILL won’t urge you to avoid these chemical poisons.
But I will… because there ARE better, safer options for sun protection.
The best, of course, is to seek shade before you burn and to cover up when you can.
If that’s not possible, look for a natural sunscreen that uses zinc oxide or titanium dioxide.
Need more info?
Google “EWG sunscreen” and you’ll find the Environmental Working Group’s constantly updated list of sunscreens. You can search by brand find out exactly what’s inside each one, what risks are linked to each ingredient and even get safety scores.