CVS Makes Major change To Their Sunscreen

Published August 14, 2020 917 Views $1.05 earned

Rumble Last year, CVS announced its intention to remove oxybenzone and octinoxate from nearly 60 of its store-brand sunscreens.
They are two ingredients found in some chemical sunscreens that are said to harm marine life.
CVS announced that the goal has been reached.
The two ingredients will remain in CVS store-brand sunscreens with an SPF of 50 or higher.
The reason?
To be "most effective for customers who require this strength of protection."
These products will only be available outside of Hawaii and Florida, which have banned the chemicals.

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