Why Is There a Banned Carcinogen in Sunscreens?

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Hundreds of different types of sunscreens have been found to contain a banned carcinogen called benzene. Senior investigative producer Leslie selected 12 at random to have tested and 5 came back with alarming levels of benzene. The lab Valisure has published a list of which sunscreens have been found to have benzene in it, and which don’t. Plus, Leslie discovered something else concerning in your sunscreen. Find out!

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