Filtros solares 2/sunscreens 2
When I checked the comments to my previous article, I read a post by Maria who kindly suggested to me the environmental working group’s skin deep cosmetic safety database, which I did check out. OMG what a source of information about both ingredients and products. There’s too much info to cover it all here, so check it out for comprehensive research on the products in which you are interested. But I would like to mention that I searched for the two sunscreens I talked about earlier, and, well, blue lizard got a 2 (on a scale of 0 to 10, with 10 being the worst) so I still feel good about it, but most neutrogena products got 7, except for one which got a 2. I have to say, though, there are no studies in the database on the new neutrogena baby sunscreen which left me in the dark about it. So after I read the info I still like the blue lizard, but I will go for California Baby products as well, especially if I find them at a discount, since they are a little on the pricey side. Thanks for the tip, Maria!