Why I Only Wear Reef Safe Sunscreen (and You Should, Too)
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, which is great for people but often fails to keep in mind the planet: Many awareness campaigns from sunscreen companies don’t disclose that the chemicals in their products can damage ecosystems — especially in the ocean. Are you using reef safe sunscreen? Here’s how to find out.
Mommy Greenest Approved: True Natural Self Tanner
Yes, we know that tanning is bad for us. How could we not? The National Cancer Institute recently reported that in the past three decades, the rates of melanoma—the deadliest form of skin cancer—have tripled, and more than two million Americans develop skin cancer each year because of sun exposure. And tanning beds are even worse: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, people who use a tanning salon before age 35 increase their risk of melanoma by 75%. But I found a new, all-natural self tanning system that’s a safer way to get a sun-kissed glow.
Mommy Greenest Approved: Goddess Garden Organic Sunscreen
It’s Skin Cancer Awareness month. Can we talk about organic sunscreen? If you’re still using chemicals because you hate the chalky white residue natural sunscreens leave behind, I’ve got the perfect solution for you: A new non-toxic, non-aerosol spray from Goddess Garden Organics sunscreens that’s essential for beach days, plus face-and-body blockers with a light consistency that leave none of the telltale white behind. Want to try? I scored you 25% off, plus a chance to win some for free!