… or 7,248 times the NDMA limit. “There is not a safe level of benzene that can exist in sunscreen products,” stated Dr. Christopher Bunick, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Dermatology at Yale University. “Even benzene at 0.1 ppm in a sunscreen could expose people to excessively high nanogram amounts of benzene.” Further support for this concer…
The list of products that had it is real Neutrogena heavy; Hawaiian Tropic didn’t have any detected, but the much fancier Anthelios did! (There’s a separate list linked you can check to see if your sunscreen was tested and had none.)
I am really glad for all the safety testing that’s done by the FDA… and I would be even gladder if they were the ones finding this.
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