Best and Worst Sunscreens of 2017


By Dr. Mercola While sensible sun exposure is necessary for optimal health, overexposure can result in skin damage that could raise your risk of skin cancer. Depending on your skin color, location and time of year, you might be able to get by with as little as 10 to 20 minutes of peak sun exposure per day. This will help normalize your vitamin D level and provide several other health benefits unrelated to vitamin D as well. The red and near-infrared frequencies will charge your mitochondria, while the mid- and far-infrared will structure the water in your body. If you’re spending the day at the beach or engaging in outdoor activities for hours at a stretch, this means you need to bring some form of protection with you to avoid overexposure once you’re reached your ideal exposure time. Clothing is an ideal choice. If you opt for a sunscreen, there are several factors to take into consideration. Beware — Sunscreens Block Vitamin D Production First, it’s important to remember that suns
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