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Sunblock You Can Drink: Is It Worth The Hype?

“I’d like my sunblock shaken – not stirred.” Actually, shaking is kind of what the drinkable sunscreen called UV Neutralizer Harmonized Water claims to do – shaking your body’s molecules, that is. By sipping a few milliliters before relaxing by the pool, the founder of the company (Osmosis Skincare) Ben Johnson, M.D. says the cocktail

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Drinkable Sunscreen Will ‘Vibrate on Your Skin’

Colorado company Osmosis Skincare has developed a drinkable sunscreen that is said to provide 30 SPF-like protection. The product falls under Osmosis’ “Harmonized Waters” line, and comes in “tan enhancement” and “no tan enhancement” flavors. According to Osmosis, Harmonized H20 UV Neutralizer works by “isolating the precise frequencies needed to neutralize UVA and UVB,” and will “vibrate on your skin …

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Drinkable Sunscreen Sounds Like BS

“Ladies and gentlemen of the class of ’99 … wear sunscreen. If I could offer you one tip for the future, sunscreen would be it.” It’s not April 1st. Just checking. The Daily Mail reported on something that sounds like, if not utter bull crap, certainly a really bad idea. It’s called “drinkable sunscreen”, which is at the very least …

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Drinkable Sunscreen to Hit the Shelves

What do you do when you don’t want to apply sunscreen, but also don’t want to risk getting burned? You drink it. No, don’t toss back a few bottles of sunscreen; you may end up in the hospital if you do that. But what you can do is buy a bottle of drinkable sunscreen, which may end up in a …

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