Advantages and Disadvantages of Organic Sunscreen

by Anonymous

The best part of organic sunscreen that I like is that most of them contain plenty of natural components which are safe for skin and are mostly obtained from plants, herbs and essential oils.

Many offer their own special skin care properties, mainly for hydrating and moisturizing.

Shea butter, coconut oil, chamomile, aloe vera, grape seed extract, and many other organic ingredients are naturally prepared with effective moisturisation and calming properties that pamper the skin while protecting it from ultraviolet radiation damage.

The bad part about most organic sunscreens is that they absorb the radiation and the body cannot easily get rid of it. They absorb light energy and then release it in the form of heat energy (infrared).

Organics get rid of UV by creating free radicals. Free radicals are easily absorbed by skin and can also damage DNA, create spots and wrinkles and depress the immune system, increasing the risk of skin cancer.

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