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Advocacy Groups See Sunscreen Risks Where Industry Sees Efficacy

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The Environmental Working Group's 2017 guide steers consumers toward mineral-based formulas due to purported risks associated with chemical actives, while Consumer Reports says mineral sunscreens are most likely to carry inflated SPF claims. Online chatter shows Consumers understandably are at a loss.

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