Nanotech May Bring "Unpredictable Changes" To Sunscreen - Report
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Friends of the Earth says there are half a dozen reasons to worry about manufactured nanomaterials in products such as sunscreens and no compelling support for the use of such ingredients
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