Environmental Group Warns Most Sunscreens Lack UVA Protection
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The Environmental Working Group warns that ultraviolet-A radiation remains a factor in the fall, but only one-third of sunscreens tested provide adequate UVA protection
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