• Michael Keaton

    You can find certified natural sunscreens listed at http://www.TheNaturalSeal.org.

  • Sean Carter

    these are the reasons that me and my wife have started to use natural sunscreen. You defiantly need protection during the summer but you shouldn’t have to worry about what you are putting on your body

  • Michael J. Russ

    Great article, however, results as to whether sunscreens cause skin cancer are not unproven, if you know the cause of non-melanoma skin cancer–DNA mutations in skin cells caused by free radicals! Traditional sunscreen chemical active ingredients, like the ones you mentioned, generate free radicals as become unstable in the presence of UV light. See the UC Riverside study that proved three chemical active ingredients, including oxybenzone in your article, generated free radicals that contribute to the development of non-melanoma skin cancer, like basal and squamous. http://www.faculty.ucr.edu/~christob/ROS_paper_2.pdf

  • Margo McCann

    I have been looking into all natural sunscreen because I have been hearing more and more about sunscreens being harmful just like the rays of the sun. My skin is too fair to not wear any protection so I think this might be a good way to protect my skin.