Consumer Reports Magazine recently took the stance warning against the use of spray on sunscreens by children or by adults on children. They even went so far as to remove a sunscreen product from their recommended sunscreens list...
Choosing to reduce your chemical exposures is obviously a personal choice. Whether your concern is body absorption, hormone disrupting chemicals or chemical sensitivity, decreasing exposure from your skin care products requires some research and patience, but is a goal that can be achieved.
From now until the end of summer, we’re collecting pictures from ravers like you having summer fun while using sun protection of course!
I am truly impressed with Laurel’s Whole Plant philosophy. Her line focuses on the whole plant in its entire life process.
If you’re looking for sunblocks that have less synthetic ingredients, I recommend you taking a look at our list. Sunblocks with less synthetic chemicals may be especially useful for those with multiple chemical sensitivities.