WHEN IT COMES TO SPFS AND SUNSCREENS,

we’re still in the dark, according to a new study.

“There are hundreds of options when [people] go in front of an aisle, so it’s hard to know what’s best,” says Roopal Kundu, a dermatologist at Northwestern University who led the study. It was published Wednesday in JAMA Dermatology, NPR reports.


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