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Below are some brands that I have tried with good success:
1. Mexoryl Anthelios. Mexoryl products, while not cheap, are widely used in Europe. To date at least, it is a chemical sunscreen with none of the major issues of the other chemical sunscreen active ingredients. Anthelios Xl SPF 50
2. Aubrey Natural Sun. This brand avoids the chemical ingredients altogether and relies on good ol' zinc oxide instead. Of course, the problem with zinc oxide, especially for light skinned folk, is that zinc oxide can create a ghostly effect and actually highlight wrinkles. However, Aubrey's SPF 15 Active Lifestyles uses a variety of oils and extracts in the product that almost completely mask these effects. NOTE: Other Aubrey sunscreens with zinc oxide do not have this same property. Again, my advice is to stick to Active Lifestyles if you're a low pigment sort of guy.
3. Alba Botanica. Another very similar product is Alba Botanica Mineral Sunscreen. This sunscreen relies on zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, both sunblockers and not synthetic chemicals sunscreens, for UVA protection. I mention this product, because it is easily the least expensive alternative that I have found. However, if you are fair-skinned, it will likely give you somewhat of an early 90's Goth look.
2) Robert Finn. Skin & Allergy News. Sept 2010 v41 i9 p6(1), "Few data to support retinyl palmitate concerns"
3) Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 63 (5): 903–6, "Safety of retinyl palmitate in sunscreens: a critical analysis"
4) Endocrine Abstracts, 2006, 11, OC60, "4-methylbenzylidene-camphor (4MBC) causes pituitary effects comparable to hypothyroidism"
4) Toxicology Letters, Apr 2003, 142(1-2):89-101, "Activation of estrogen receptor ? and ER? by 4-methylbenzylidene-camphor in human and rat cells: comparison with phyto- and xenoestrogens"
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