Sunscreen is the foundation of sun-safe practices and suncare protocols, so therecent news that some sunscreen ingredients can soak into the bloodstream may be causing concern. Later this year, the Food and Drug Administration plans to deliver more official guidance around the safety of these ingredients. In the meantime, a lot of people are left wondering what to do this summer.
For now, the F.D.A.’s proposed rule suggests that sunscreens with para-aminobenzoic acid and trolamine salicylate should not be given the designation “generally regarded as safe and effective” and sunscreens that rely on zinc oxide and/or titanium oxide should be “generally regarded as safe and effective.”
A lot of people resist zinc and titanium-based formulas because the oxides aren’t absorbed and, instead, sit on top of the skin where they’re noticeable. These products can also be difficult to apply, which could influence how consistently they’re used.
MyChelle Dermaceuticals Replenishing Solar Defense SPF 50
Bioelements SPF50 FaceScreen
100% Zinc Oxide hydrating protection for the body to help prevent premature aging while restoring essential moisture balance. Infused with Hyaluronic Acid and Karanja Seed Oil, to revive tired, aging, damaged skin, while providing rich hydrating benefits.
Search product code: MY5405
Daily antioxidant moisturizer. Pick SPF 50 and fight aging at the first ray. Our highest level of anti-aging, broad spectrum UVA and UVB protection. More than an ordinary sunscreen, this advanced SPF decreases the risk of early aging as it improves the appearance of lines, wrinkles, and the feel of firmness. It’s light enough to wear under makeup as a daily moisturizer.
Search product code: BE6914
Babo Botanicals Daily Sheer Sunscreen
Especially formulated for Extra Sensitive Faces. Fragrance Free Broad Spectrum Sunscreen. Ultra Sheer and Lightweight. Organic Aloe Vera, Avocado and Jojoba Oil Soothe and Moisturize Skin. Non-GMO and Hypoallergenic. Contains antioxidant rich white tea and rose hip. Use as a daily moisturizer and/or under make-up.