I’ve been using a new sunscreen on the market called Sunology®, and I have to say no one in my family (who by the way, are clocking in some serious beach and pool hours this summer), has been burned by the east coast sun using this extremely water-resistant lotion. This company states that it is a “safe, effective sunblock for skin that prefers no synthetic chemicals and no preservatives.” Sounds good to me.
The product sits on the skin rather than absorbing into it and uses micro mirror technology, which the company explains as the product acting like thousands of tiny mirrors reflecting the UVA and UVB sunrays.
Thank you, Momtrends, for introducing this fabulous product to me!
Is this Sunblock not yet FDA approved?
Is this Sunblock still new in the market? So that means it’s still not included in the list of sunscreen brands that have already been tested and reviewed for safety?
Thanks for this link, Frauline. I’m gonna share this with fellow mommies on Facebook.
Read this: http://breakingnews.ewg.org/2012sunscreen/sunscreens-exposed/executive-summary/ It is really interesting to note that there are brands of sunblock with a version for kids, only for the experts to find out that their kids line of sunscreen lotion have exactly the same components as those for their adults line. Cheaters!
List of safest sunblock products? Is there such a list? Where can we find it?
I wonder if this will make it to the list of safest sunblock products.
This is wonderful! Thank you!