No, it isn't an either/or choice, is it?
It's not an issue here or there with me with what others choose to do, so I don't mention it to create friction, but I am surprised there aren't more folks responding who choose not to put chemicals on hot skin. Especially when I see threads on avoiding chemicals in shampoos and other cosmetics. Just not the balance I expected.
But that is why I go with the safest sunscreen I can find. As I do the safest shampoo, soaps, etc. And also use it as minimally as possible.
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