Senator Pressures FDA to Finish Long-Awaited Sunscreen Label Rules
The Rhode Island senator wants sunscreen makers to be held to a higher standard, complaining that while the companies are required to slap a sun protection factor (SPF) label on their products they do not have to tell consumers about protection from UVA rays -- which can damage skin and increase risk of skin cancer. The current SPF labels refer to another kind of ultraviolet light known as UVB, responsible for sunburns.
"They're getting protection from getting burned, but they're not getting protection from skin cancer," Reed spokesman Chip Unruh said.
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“Losing my 24 year old brother to skin cancer, I have grown well aware of the many underlying potential causes,” Kuehl said. “Unlike chemical sunscreens, I love that nature can provide remarkable ingredients that reflect and scatter away both UVA and UVB rays from your body by forming a physical barrier, without irritating or clogging your pores.”
Numerous studies now show that green tea is a powerful antioxidant, especially used on the skin. When applied topically, green tea is highly capable of assisting in skin damage reduction and sun radiation. In short, green tea helps protect your skin’s cells by providing antioxidant protection.
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