A new finding by Consumer Reports reads badly if you’re sweet on sun! For the fourth year in a row, Consumer Reports tested sunscreens (over 60 sprays, lotions, and sticks with SPF 30 or higher), and found that 43 percent of the products don’t live up to their SPF claims!!
Consumer Reports says sunscreens its team has tested over the past four years have had inflated SPFs on their labels (and a third have actually been below SPF 30).
Even worse is waterproof sunscreen…when products claim to be water-resistant for 40 or 80 minutes, it likely has not been verified so a reapply after a swim is a must!
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