Consumer Reports Finds Nearly Half of Sunscreens Don’t Meet SPF Claims


In a new study, Consumer Reports tested 65 water-resistant sunscreens that claimed to have SPF levels of at least 30. They found that 43 percent of them did not measure up.

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