Knowing what sunscreen to use on your Little One can be hard! Let me shed some light on the different types of sun blockers and I think you will feel confident using TruKid sunscreen on your Little!
An article from Men’s Health, published on May 7th, 2019 states the dangers of chemicals in sunscreen. New studies from the FDA provide proof that chemicals in sunscreen find their way to the bloodstream. The US Food and Drug Administration conducted a study in which they examined twenty-four healthy people and the effect of sunscreen on their bodies. The twenty-four people rubbed sunscreen over seventy-five percent of their bodies with either spray, lotion, or cream sunscreen. The result of the participants putting on sunscreen every two hours for four times was chemicals in their bloodstream. After taking blood samples, the FDA found high levels of avobenzone, oxybenzone, ecamsule, and octocrylene in the participants’ blood.
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Trukid sunscreen is a far cry from chemical sunscreen. While a lot of sunscreens contain chemicals that leak into one’s skin, Trukid acts as a physical blocker and protects skin without any ingredients seeping into the bloodstream. Sunscreen that acts as a physical block stays on top of skin and protects it from the outside. In this way, no harsh chemicals find their way into the body. Physical blockers are very protective because they stay on the top level of skin and act as a barrier for the sun. Whereas, chemical sunscreens are less protective because they do not have the barrier-like protection.
Aside from being a physical blocking sunscreen, Trukid uses all natural ingredients. Not only can chemicals not go into the bloodstream because Trukid is a physical blocker, but there are also no chemicals to begin with. Trukid is long-lasting and is highly safe for everyone due to its ingredients and protection. Trukid contains ingredients such as Zinc to provide the most effective and safe form of skin protection without containing harsh chemicals including avobenzone, oxybenzone, ecamsule, and octocrylene which were found in the FDA’s study with chemical sunscreens.
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This article is intended solely for informational purposes and should not be considered a source of medical advice. The information presented in this article is not a replacement for, nor should it be relied upon as, professional medical guidance. Every individual’s health and medical circumstances are unique. What works or is suitable for one person may not be the same for another. Any decisions related to your health should be made with consideration of your specific health condition, medical history, and the guidance of your healthcare professional.