The Evidence for Drinkable Sunscreen

The Daily Mail and The Telegraph featured adverts for drinkable sunscreen so I looked for evidence that it works.

Here it is:

I couldn’t find any. Because it’s water.

Here’s a picture of a goldfish instead.

Too much sun exposure without the RIGHT protection can harm the skin and increase the risk of skin cancer.

Too much sun exposure without the RIGHT protection can harm the skin and increase the risk of skin cancer.

Here’s some information about skin cancer.

Here’s some stuff about the drinkable “sunscreen.”

Stay safe.

I’m going for a lie down.

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