Is Zinc Oxide Sunscreen Toxic? New Study
My opinion on a new study suggesting Zinc Oxide is toxic & loses efficacy after 2 hours of sun exposure. Should you worry and/or switch sunscreens?
*Quick correction: at 7:50 I said Micronized Zinc where I meant to say Coated Zinc
Link to Study here
Links to Supporting Studies:
Avobenzone Stability with Mineral Sunscreen Ingredients: here
Avobenzone Stabilized by Tinosorb: here
Coated Zinc Oxide Stabilizes Avobenzone: here
Link to US FDA Sunscreen Monograph: here
My Favorite Zinc Oxide Sunscreens:
Elta MD UV Elements SPF 44: http://bit.ly/2Q0JbrE (Dermstore), http://bit.ly/2PZIezI (Walmart)
MyChelle Sun Shield Liquid Tint SPF 50: https://bit.ly/2Cc05O1 (Ulta), https://amzn.to/2rkZkZG (Amazon)
Paula’s Choice Resist Super-Light Wrinkle Defense SPF 30: https://amzn.to/2OrkKlz (Amazon), http://bit.ly/2OxD0to (PC)
CeraVe Tinted Sunscreen SPF 30: https://amzn.to/2UL6ua6 (Amazon), https://bit.ly/3oiWAYq (Ulta)
Australian Gold Botanical Tinted BB Sunscreen SPF 50 in Medium/Tan: https://bit.ly/2YNcTDA (Ulta), https://bit.ly/2AgLEHb (Target)
Dr. Jart Every Sun Day SPF 50+: https://bit.ly/3bplXUV (Sephora)
Dr. G Green Mild Up Sun SPF 50+ PA++++: https://amzn.to/2X2BJRs
Lipstick in Self Love: http://shrsl.com/38was
Necklace: https://bit.ly/30Sf77V, https://bit.ly/2YyaEX2
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