New research suggests that avobenzone in sunscreens can break down into potentially harmful substances when exposed to sunlight and chlorinated water.
New research suggests that avobenzone in sunscreens can break down into potentially harmful substances when exposed to sunlight and chlorinated water. File photo
New research suggests that avobenzone in sunscreens can break down into potentially harmful substances when exposed to sunlight and chlorinated water. File photo

Here’s one chemical to avoid when shopping for sunscreen

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