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Skin cancer doesn’t just hit those with fair skin; young adults with constant sun exposure at risk

SINGAPORE — They did not think skin cancer would strike them. One thought it was something that happened to older people with a genetic history, and the other thought it affected people with fair skin.


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Opinion: Can we trust Korean sunscreens again?

August 26, 2021

Among the many uprising trends throughout 2020, skincare has proven to be one of the most prominent among them, especially the promotion of sun protection products. “Up to 90% of premature skin aging is a direct result of UV exposure,” according to La Roche Posay, and many have started to adapt their lifestyles to prioritize…


Sunscreens go under microscope in tests for carcinogens

August 18, 2021

Popular sunscreen products are being tested for two chemical substances that could cause cancer.


Sunscreen: Recalls, Suncare Tips, And Sunscreen Recommendations

August 17, 2021

Haute Beauty: What labels a sunscreen 'good' and what labels a sunscreen 'bad'?


TGA tests Australian sunscreens for cancer-causing chemicals following US studies

August 17, 2021

Sunscreens sold in Australia will be tested after US studies found they contained two cancer-causing chemicals, Australia’s leading medical regulator has confirmed.



August 16, 2021

THE WHAT? Non-profit Haereticus Environmental Laboratory is calling on the US Food and Drug Administration to pull sunscreens containing octocrylene from the shelves over safety concerns, according to a report published by Bloomberg.


Sunscreen and Sun Safety Fact Check

August 12, 2021

Our relationship with the sun is tricky. The sun provides us with much-needed Vitamin D, a nutrient that helps strengthen our bones and prevents diseases like osteoporosis, and moderate sun exposure has been proven to enhance our moods, help alleviate stress, and improve our sleep habits.


18 Myths About Sunscreen and Sun Protection

August 11, 2021

Sunscreen absolutely expires — usually within three years of purchasing it. Just like food, sunscreen has active ingredients that degrade with time and can spoil. That means the sunscreen is less effective, increasing the risk of sunburns, sun damage, brown spots, and skin cancer.


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August 10, 2021

Do you need to wear sunscreen indoors? Dermatologist shares 4 key sunscreen facts


Sunscreen Concerns Escalate as Another Potential Carcinogen Found

August 9, 2021

Researchers asked U.S. regulators to pull some sunscreens from the market, including brands such as Coppertone, Banana Boat and Neutrogena, saying they’ve found evidence of a potential carcinogen.


Harmful compounds in suncream damage fish, dolphins and kill coral reefs

August 8, 2021

Global warming maybe the biggest threat to the health of the oceans, but some of the chemicals we use aren’t helping either.


Possible carcinogen found in Coppertone, Banana Boat, Neutrogena sunscreens – Press Enterprise

August 7, 2021

Researchers have asked U.S. regulators to withdraw some sunscreens, including brands such as Copatone, Banana Boat, and Neutrogena, from the market and have found evidence of potential carcinogens. rice field.

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Company recalls aerosol sunscreen

August 6, 2021

Check your beach bag and see if you have any of these sunscreens packed for the next day at the park or lake.


Are There Harmful Ingredients in Your Sunscreen?

August 6, 2021

Growing up, you may have only used sunscreen when you were at the beach, but today, you might be one of the countless Americans who apply SPF protection each morning as part of your daily routine.


Lotion in the ocean: is your sunscreen killing the sea?

August 6, 2021

Up to 14,000 tonnes ends up in coral reef areas each year, but scientists are divided on how we can best protect our skin without harming the environment


Neutrogena Sunscreen Linked to Leukemia

August 5, 2021

A request for the creation of a multidistrict litigation docket, has been filed by plaintiffs with claims pending against Johnson & Johnson relating to the benzene content in the company’s Neutrogena aerosol sunscreen products.


Thailand bans coral-damaging sunscreens in marine parks

August 5, 2021

Concerns are growing that lotions tourists use for sun protection are harming slow-growing corals.
The Thai Department of Conservation said four ingredients commonly found in sun creams were shown to destroy coral larvae, obstruct coral reproduction and cause reef bleaching.


Dermatologist explains how to choose the right sunscreen | Expert Opinion

August 4, 2021

Countless patients tell me “I used to sunbathe with baby oil and iodine years ago!” Sound familiar? Fortunately, the importance of sun-protective behaviors is more widely known today.


Don’t use these sunscreens

August 3, 2021

HAVING fun under the sun can be difficult nowadays because of the pandemic. But if you’re worried about sunburn and skin cancer, using sunscreen can help, especially if you go out at times when the heat is intense.


Five-time skin cancer survivor Hugh Jackman gets skin biopsy on his nose: ‘Don’t be like me as a kid - just wear sunscreen’

August 2, 2021

Hugh Jackman is taking to social media once again to remind his fans about the importance of skin cancer prevention.
The 52-year-old Australian actor posted an Instagram video showing a fresh bandage on his nose, explaining that he just had a biopsy done during a visit to the dermatologist.


Neutrogena sunscreen recalled in Australia after benzene detected in batches

August 2, 2021

A Neutrogena sunscreen spray is being recalled in Australia after the discovery of the chemical benzene in some batches.


Almost Every Doctor Recommends Sunscreen. So Why Don't We Know More About Its Safety?

August 2, 2021

Each year, as Memorial Day approaches, Holly Thaggard braces herself for the headlines. About how sunscreen may be damaging coral reefs. About the possible flammability of spray-on sunscreen.

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