9 Reef-Safe Sunscreens You’ll Feel Good About Using All Summer Long
Though there are other ingredients in sunscreen that could also damage the environment, avoiding oxybenzone or octinoxate is a good start. Mineral sunscreens are also generally better than chemical ones, especially if they have non-nanotized zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, which means their ingredients are at least 100 nanometers in diameter and safer for coral reefs. Ahead are nine reef-friendly sunscreen options you'll feel good about carrying in your bag this summer and all year long.
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Lesley Chen is a California native who writes about travel, health/fitness, and other lifestyle topics. She has a serious case of RBF and exercises mainly to balance out an aggressive candy addiction.