Benzene sunscreen replacement initiative

Recently, benzene, a known human carcinogen, was found lurking in numerous popular sunscreen brands, including Neutrogena, Fruit of the Earth, and Raw Elements. Frequent exposure to benzene can lead to the development of cancers such as leukemia, myeloma, and lymphoma. Because the benzene that ended up in sunscreen can easily be absorbed through your skin when you use contaminated sunscreen, we strongly advise you to cease using the product if it is on the list below and, if you developed acute myeloid leukemia, to contact our law firm in order to file a claim with the culpable manufacturer. Another important step you can take if you now struggle with cancer is to look for non-toxic sunscreen. Sunscreen is a crucial product that should ideally be used all year long, as even during the winter, the ultraviolet radiation from the sun can still reach your skin, although they are not as powerful as they are during the summer. Wearing sunscreen on a daily basis is the only way you can protect yourself from skin cancer, which is the most prevalent malignant disease in our country. By virtue of our Benzene Sunscreen Replacement Initiative, you can now request free, safe, non-toxic sunscreen products from the ethical companies we partnered up with. People who have already developed a disease will be prioritized.

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The brands of sunscreen contaminated with benzene that you should avoid

While not every company that manufactures sunscreen has been faced with the issue of benzene contamination, some of the major ones were, which is why it is essential to know which brands you should avoid or stop using if you have. The following are the aerosol sunscreen products found to contain benzene, which is dangerous even in small amounts:

  • Neutrogena
  • Sun Bum
  • CVS Health
  • Fruit of the Earth
  • Raw Elements
  • SunBurnt
  • Goodsense
  • Banana Boat
  • TopCare Everyday
  • EltaMD
  • Live Better by CVS Health
  • Ethical Zinc
  • Babyganics
  • Walgreens
  • Coppertone
  • Max Block
  • Solimo
  • La Roche-Posay
  • Equate
  • Up & Up

In the summer of 2021, the companies Johnson & Johnson, Aveeno, and Neutrogena voluntarily recalled five different lines of sunscreen products because the laboratory tests that had previously been conducted found alarming concentrations of benzene. Nevertheless, there are still a lot of toxic benzene sunscreen products on the shelves of stores, so it is best to be pay attention and be careful and make sure the one you use is non-toxic.

How benzene exposure can lead to the development of cancer

The first case of cancer that was the consequence of benzene exposure was reported in the late 1920s. Nevertheless, the carcinogenic nature of this chemical has not been confirmed until 1979, when animal studies revealed a conclusive link between exposure to benzene and several types of cancer. 

When it comes to sunscreen, every time you apply a contaminated product, the benzene in it will enter your bloodstream through your skin, from where it can travel to any organ in your body, but will most likely remain in soft tissues such as the blood and the lymphatic nodes, hence the cancers it causes. If you developed acute myeloid leukemia and had used benzene sunscreen, you should contact our legal team to file a claim, which will help you receive financial compensation for your distress.

Receive safe, non-toxic sunscreen from ethical companies

In the light of the news concerning the contamination of so many sunscreen brands with benzene, you may find that you are at a loss about what products to use, especially if your skincare routine has been involving applying sunscreen regularly. Nonetheless, you no longer have to worry, as we are here to help you replace your contaminated sunscreen with a great, free, safe, non-toxic one manufactured by ethical companies that ensure their products do not become contaminated with benzene or other toxic agents. However, people who struggle with cancer or another disease caused by benzene exposure will be prioritized.

Our team has already partnered up with multiple companies that specialize in the manufacturing of sunscreen that has a minimum of chemicals, that is free of parabens, that does not contain other toxic agents, and that is regularly tested for unsafe ingredients. If you want to replace your benzene sunscreen with a healthy alternative free of charge, you just have to fill out the form below, and we will get in touch with you shortly to talk about the details of your situation. We can assure you that we collaborate only with companies that have a transparent policy regarding what goes into their sunscreen.

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