Drinkable Sunscreen Is Under Fire After Lawsuit Claims It's "Flat-Out Dangerous"
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Drinkable Sunscreen Is Under Fire After Lawsuit Claims It’s “Flat-Out Dangerous”

Allure Magazine is reporting on a consumer fraud lawsuit was filed by the Iowa Office of the Attorney General claiming Osmosis Skincare and Harmonized Water—two Colorado-based brands owned by a doctor, Benjamin Taylor Johnson—manufacture “drinkable sunscreen,” that are “seriously flawed” and “flat-out dangerous.” The lawsuit alleges that the products, which were advertised as being formulated with sun-shielding properties to protect users from UV light, “recklessly gave consumers hollow assurances that they were protected from known health hazards.” , Johnson, the doctor behind both drinkable SPF formulas, has been in trouble with the law years prior. As Buzzfeed reports, Johnson surrendered his Colorado medical license after patient complaints and was caught selling Viagra online—without offering medical exams—in 1999.


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