Consumers should not put too much faith into the strength of the sunscreen they are putting on their bodies, Consumer Reports warns in its July 2017 issue. Many of the lotions and oils sold in stores don’t always have the SPF level listed on their labels. Sunscreen is vital to protect against sunburn and skin cancer. The SPF, or sun protection factor, is a measure to help consumers understand how well a sunscreen protects against ultraviolet B (UVB) rays. How long a sunscreen will protect depends on a variety of factors from the strength of the UVB rays at any ... Read More
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