By David Mittleman

New Sunscreen Ingredients Used Abroad Would Make It More Effective

It’s no secret that going outside with no sunscreen on, even during cloudy days, can result in serious skin damage over the long-term. In fact, a recent study found that white women who experienced just five blistering sunburns between the ages of 15-20 had an 80% increase in the risk of developing melanoma. In recent years, the FDA had also classified indoor tanning as a carcinogen, meaning that the agency considers it as bad for your health as smoking cigarettes. Now sunscreen manufacturers are …read more