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Breaking Down Chemical Sunscreens

You’ve probably heard not to apply any product on your skin that you can’t eat. If you’re thinking that sounds crazy, remember that your skin is the body’s largest organ. That means any chemical (skincare or cosmetic product) you put on your skin seeps directly...
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Small Product, Big Change

Keeping our body healthy requires work. Being that our skin is the body’s largest organ, we want to do our best to protect it, right? We all know that our relationship with food reflects our health from the inside out.
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Keep It Simple, Stupid

And in the wake of our technological addiction, we have lost sight of how effective nature is in solving many of our problems…and more importantly, how simple things CAN be.
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How chemical sunscreens are destroying coral reefs worldwide

According to research and a new report that was published in the journal Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology on Tuesday, chemical sunscreens containing the ingredient, Oxybenzone, are contributing to the destruction of our world’s coral reef systems. First, you must understand that each year, approximately 4,000 to 6,000...
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Both UVA and UVB penetrate the atmosphere and play a key role in conditions such as premature skin aging, eye damage and skin cancers.
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Physical vs Chemical Sunscreens

There are two types of sunscreens: chemical and physical. The most commonly used sunscreens are chemical. They contain compounds made in a laboratory and are typically clear, odorless and usually a bit runny. When applied, chemical sunscreens penetrate your skin, leaving no visual trace on...
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