After a wave of complaints from angry and roughly lobster-colored consumers, Jessica Alba’s Honest Company is defending itself from accusations that its sunscreen doesn’t work. In a statement to Us Weekly, Honest said their sunscreen works and doesn’t not work.
Jessica Alba’s Honest Company — maker of supposedly “non-toxic” cleaning products, diapers, and sunscreens — is getting a round of bad publicity after people complained on social media that they’re using the sunscreen and still getting burned. You had one job, sunscreen.
You lathered on the nominations and we’ve screened the five most popular options for protecting your skin from the sun. Now it’s time to vote.
The Environmental Working Group has released its annual guide to sunscreens, and what they’ve discovered will encourage you to partake in the important summer ritual of staying inside. Their research, as reported by TIME, claims 80% of sunscreens offer “inferior sun protection or contain worrisome ingredients like…
There’s no question you should be wearing sunscreen during any kind of prolonged sun exposure, but not all sunscreens are created equal. Which sunscreen is worthy of the very important task of protecting your skin? Tell us in the comments.
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Good news! Harmonized H20 is now selling a drinkable version of sunscreen. Bad news: It probably doesn't work.
No kid wants to wear sunscreen, because kids can barely grasp the concept of college, much less skin cancer. Hence the endless, heroic struggle of parents to prevent sunburns. Not helping, though: One Texas school has banned the stuff as a "toxic substance."
Do you wear sunscreen everyday? Do you say you wear sunscreen everyday, but actually just smear on some SPF 15 moisturizer once in the morning and then fail to reapply after a few hours? And do you even think about sunscreen when it's cloudy outside?
You know how you're told to wear sunscreen all the time or else you'll turn into the Crypt Keeper's great grandma by the time you're 35? And then you're all WHATEVER I'M DRUNK? Turns out, you reallllly shoulda been listening, because sunscreen is the closest thing we have to Tuck Everlasting.
We all know our health is important, but we often neglect some of the little stuff that comes back to bite us later. Here are four of the simplest and cheapest things you can do now to make your future self happier and healthier.
Ah, Europe. Not only does it get the fancy old castles, the Eurovision competition and Louis Garrel, but now it has the world's best sunscreen, too. Just how good is this white gold? So good that Americans are eschewing U.S. brands like Coppertone (that chubby naked baby couldn't rule forever) and instead having…
Your skin shouldn't look like a package of pork cracklins after spending the day outdoors; that's why we invented sunscreen. However, there's a right way and a wrong way to slather on your protection—screw it up and you could get burned.
You know those Shellac and GelColor manicures that everyone is getting? The ones that don't chip for weeks and look all shiny? Yeah, well, they might give you cancer. Of course, the air you're breathing is probably also giving you cancer. So should you freak out about this or continue your gel manicure habit? Depends.
Much unlike many a magazine editor who recommends you buy all sorts of crap that they most likely got for free, your Jezebel staff doesn't get jack shit (other than books, unsolicited). And that's how it should be. But on our own time, in our personal lives, we still buy stuff. So this is Worth It, our daily…
Fresh on the heels of a possible skin implant that would allow us to get bronzed without actually going in the sun, scientists from King's College London are working on a pill that would replace sunscreen, and they say it could be available within five years. Coral produces natural sunscreen that prevents sun damage…
From women's magazines to graduation-themed novelty songs, we're constantly advised to wear sunscreen — yet exactly what type we should buy has always been a bit confusing. In 1978, the government decided it should regulate sunscreens — but the FDA only got around to issuing new rules yesterday.