Young Naturists America (YNA) has blogged a helpful appraisal of sunscreens. Although this is US-based of course, the content is universally excellent (well, worldwide, to be pedantic – it would be hard to judge the effectiveness of sunscreens in a galaxy far from here) in that it gives an in-depth assessment of what sunscreens do and don’t do. Far more important than comparing brands, in fact.
It’s based on an EWG report – Environmental Working Group (EWG) is a nonprofit organization that raises public awareness about the toxins in our environment and in the everyday products we consume, according to YNA.
Interestingly, YNA reports that ‘EWG calls sunscreen a “last resort” for sun protection.’ Wow! Read on for more
I don’t often give mentions to naturist organisations, but here’s one that is heartily recommended. If I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: YNA has become a major force in North America naturism and deserves support. It’s an impressive organisation that does a great job of promoting nudism – and not just for the ‘Young’ in its name. Subscribe – you’ll learn lots.