Friday Dec 6
Cheaper sunscreens work better
LOOKS CAN BE DECEIVING: Consumers often pay for a label that has nothing to do with what is inside the bottle.
Smartphone App Spots Toxins in Grooming Products
There are a host of toxic chemicals that are all-too-common in our daily moisturizers, sunscreens , shaving cream, and deodorants.
The Jersey Journal
Sponsored Content: NEED: Sunscreen
I know it's winter, but the truth is that it's never time to put away the sunscreen.
ACCC rejects complaints over nano-free sunscreen
Last year lobby group Friends of the Earth lodged the complaint, alleging that manufacturers Antaria and Ross Cosmetics falsely claimed their formulations were nano-free.
Scientists target UVA rays for future sunscreens
Increasingly aware of the risks presented by sun-bathing, most people slap on sunscreen before getting to work on their tan.
Hanukkah and Thanksgiving together again
"The Jewish pilgrims were looking for many of the same kinds of freedoms that the pilgrims from the Mayflower wanted," said Astrachan, spiritual leader of local Temple Beth Israel.
Is NYC for the birds? Wild turkeys spur tension
Say "wild" and "New York City," and few might fill in these blanks: a flock of feral turkeys causing a flap in a city that defines urbanity.
FDA 'frustrated' by sunscreen delay
The Food and Drug Administration says that it's as upset as anyone about delays preventing new ingredients from being used in sunscreens.
New York Magazine
A Morning With Christie Brinkley, Wig Evangelist
It's before 10 a.m. on a cold, windy morning, but Christie Brinkley looks like she just stepped out of a Hawaiian Tropic commercial.
The New Zealand Herald
Consumer Watch: Sunblock danger
"The chemicals they are using are doing damage to the endocrine and can be hormone-disrupting.