Starting his year 2012, the FDA redefined “sunblock” as we know it. The term block will no longer be used because there is no scientific evidence that sunscreen blocks 100 percent of UVA and UVB rays. ┬áThe label now will say “broad spectrum” if the product filters UVA and UVB radiation. Also, waterproof and sweat-proof will no longer be used since all sunscreens eventually wear or rinse off.

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