Americans do not do enough to protect their skin from sun damage and prevent skin cancer. Because we are stronger together, Environmental Working Group, forward-thinking companies and concerned citizens are teaming up to make a difference.
Learn the best way to enjoy the sunshine while keeping yourself and your family safe.
Sunscreen is important but it shouldn’t be your only protection from the sun.
There is lot to remember when picking a sunscreen and so many options. To make it easier, follow these 8 tips from EWG.
A few blistering sunburns in childhood can double a person's lifetime chances of developing serious forms of skin cancer. Protect kids with a sunscreen that is effective and safe.
The sun's ultraviolet radiation is responsible for 80 percent of facial aging signs such as wrinkling, dryness, sagging and spotty pigmentation.
Sunglasses can protect the eyes from some UV damage caused by UV and bright light in the visible spectrum. But not all sunglasses are created equal.
Over the past two decades, clothing claiming an ultraviolet protection factor - UPF for short - has enjoyed a soaring growth curve. Learn more.
Products have been independently selected by EWG as effective sunscreens that do not contain potentially harmful chemicals and meet the highest standards of EWG's Sunscreen Guide.
Want to see how your favorite sunscreen rates in EWG’s Sunscreen Database? The 2014 EWG Sunscreen Database update is coming in late May.