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FDA Sunscreen Report Raises Concern Over Chemicals
Been saying this for years since my diagnosis: UPF clothing and hats are your best friends. You still need to wear some sunscreen on exposed parts of the body, but at least it’s not a large surface area. I like my swim capris and long-sleeved swim shirts.
Good to see research findings – I switched to mineral based sunscreens but because anything with oxybenzone turned my clothes and sheets orange. Glad to know that there were additional benefits! Thanks for sharing,
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