However, people are too busy to even find time to apply and reapply these lotions over their sun exposed skins. The changing trending in the popularity of these lotions was also investigated by American Academy of Dermatology and the corresponding study was published by the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. The study found that only 14.3 % men and about a 30% women in the US regularly use sunscreen lotions in 2015. These numbers are likely to plunge further in 2016.
“A sunscreen lotion’s SPF rating has little to do with the product’s ability to shield the skin from UVA rays. As a result of the FDA’s restrictions on ingredients and concentrations, U.S. sunscreens offer far less protection against UVA than UVB, particularly those products with the highest SPF.
I’ve tried reading all the comments, also in Facebook and I can’t find an answer to this question.
Can I just avoid the Zink if using more raspberry or carrot oil?
And can I just mix raspberry and / or carrot oil with either almond or apricot kernel oil to create an oily sunscreen?
I’ve made the sunscreen lotion bars but I can imagine they melt pretty quickly when in the beach and the oil solution might work better so..