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Introducing…Drinkable Sunscreen!

Finally

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tq5n-DxP7FI

For as long as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to be able to safely drink my sunscreen.

There isn’t anything factual whatsoever about the previous sentence.

However, here it is, folks! You’ve probably been waiting for this product since…well, never. But a cosmetics company here in the United States is claiming to have developed the first suntan lotion that you can imbibe. That means no more rubbing cream on your back or waiting for it to sink in. Incidentally, it also removes a great pickup opportunity (“would you mind putting some sunscreen on me?”), which I would call a huge black mark AGAINST the idea. But I digress.

Osmosis Skincare says the product, called “Harmonized H20,” can provide sun protection up to Factor 30. Once you drink it, molecules of the product allegedly “vibrate on the skin” in order to cancel out 97% of UVA and UVB rays. The Harmonized website advises users to drink 2ml of the liquid for every four hours spent in the sun. It contains tons of testimonials…but, strangely, no dermatological endorsements.

So, what do you think? Have you always wanted to drink your sunscreen? Or have you been doing that already for years? Your warm and sunny comments are desperately needed below.


Matt Fox

Senior Editor

Fox has history in broadcasting that spans two decades. From his early days as an FM host and club DJ in the mid-90′s to his later experiences in political talk radio, he has always had a knack for combining topical news with his love for popular culture. Those experiences culminated in his position as executive producer for several radio shows featured in the TALKERS Heavy 100. Originally from New York, Fox has made the great pilgrimage down to sunny south Florida.

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