Medical experts say the ingredients in sunscreen are are key to protection, but debate is now raging about the safety of a common ingredient in sunscreen – oxybenzone, also known as benzophenone 3, an organic compound.
A study by the Centers for Disease Control found the compound in 97 percent of the 2,500 human urine samples tested.
Now some health experts and environmentalists question its safety.
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A database created by the Environmental Working Group, based in Washington DC, lists more than 1,000 sunscreens and their ingredients. The EWG found four out of five sunscreens contain chemicals that may pose health hazards or don’t adequately protect skin from the sun’s rays.
Oxybenzone is listed as a chemical related to cancer, developmental reproductive toxicity and allergies.
When applied, oxybenzone penetrates the skin.