Ahh, good ole sunscreen. Your parents likely slathered it on you when you were a little kid.
Who would’ve thought that sunscreen could become so controversial?
Many people used to not even think twice about the ingredients that were in their skincare, but now many are questioning what they are actually putting on their skin. Lately, sunscreen, in particular, has become a hot topic.
If you’re not using reef-safe sunscreen, the chemicals in your product might be harming whatever coral reef you swim near.
There I was, lathering sunscreen all over my body on the white sand beaches of coastal North Carolina.
Sunscreen is associated with all things healthy. It keeps your skin safe from damaging UV rays, preventing skin cancer and wrinkles alike.
Skin cancer will affect one in five people in their lifetime, making it vital we take precautions to lessen our risk.