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Oxybenzone Causes Coral Bleaching

Oxybenzone is a common chemical ingredient in nearly 70% of sunscreens and many cosmetics. Recent studies clearly show that Oxybenzone damages coral DNA, causing deformities and inhibiting the coral’s ability to reproduce. It also increases the stress on coral caused by rising ocean temperatures, leading to a phenomenon called "bleaching" which is often fatal to coral populations.

Titanium Dioxide & Zinc Oxide

These widely-used mineral compounds in sunscreen "reflect" UV rays instead of absorbing them. Although often touted as reef-safe, in their nanoparticle form (very small particles), these compounds can be ingested by many forms of marine life—including coral. Nanoparticles of Titanium Dioxide have also been shown to react with sunlight in seawater to release hydrogen peroxide.