All-Natural Spray Sunscreen Expands Goddess Garden Organics Reach
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Launching the first all-natural, chemical-free continuous spray sunscreen opened the door to mass retailers for Goddess Garden Organics, which sells organic sun care products. The product also speaks to some safety and efficacy concerns FDA raised about sunscreens in 2011.
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