June 2012 C Magazine
A new batch of sunscreens are formulated for better than ever coverage.
“Chemicals like the oxybenzone and benzophenone penetrate the skin and when the ultraviolet light hits [them], it creates free radicals, which can be carcinogenic,” says Stuart H. Kaplan, a Beverly Hills dermatologist who recently re-launched his eponymous mineral SPF in glass bottles so they are also BPA-free. “Physical sunscreens are the safest and most effective – they’re just more difficult to make cosmetically elegant.”
KAPLAN MD Daily Moisture SPF 30 Concentrate, $185