A number of top brand sunscreen products risk causing cancer if they're left on a shelf for too long, a recent clinical study finds, revealing they release toxic chemicals over time.
Scientists from France and the US studied a number of randomly selected brand name sunscreen products containing sun filter' chemical octocrylene. Octocrylene is a common ingredient of sunscreens as it absorbs UVB radiation, which is responsible for sunburn and skin cancer, but is controversial as it is a potential allergen and isn't biodegradable. It is already banned in a number of places.
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