Researchers examined 65 popular sunscreens and found at least 40 percent of them do not meet basic safety standards. Based on the product label review, they found that many of the sunscreens lacked the minimal resistance to water and sweat recommended by the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD).

In addition, the costs of the sunscreens varied greatly, with some of the brands priced at 3,000 percent more than others without offering any greater protection.

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