I think they are pretty much all the same, but I heard the ones that contain retinol, vitamin A causes cancer in mice, so you might want to avoid that one? Use a heavier one on the face when out in the sun. I dont trust them but if you use them, use them wisely. I will take my chances with the sun.
Yes I agree. I do avoid them because I don't burn and I remember when they were saying that they contain bad things in them. But I think that the one I recommended and used for one summer is ok...it's all organic ingredients with no paraben or artificial fragrances..
I wouldn't use it all the time but if you'll be exposed to alot of sun, try it out.. expecially if you burn or scared you might get dry skin from being out so much.
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