Company Creates Drinkable Sunscreen – But Does it Work?
Beach season is just about here, and all that time on the sand can wreak havoc on your skin in the form of sun damage.
One company has come up with a new version of sunscreen that you don't have to slather all over your skin -- you drink it.
Osmosis Skincare has a product called 'Harmonized H2O UV Neutralizer' and claims it provides a Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of 30.
Their website states, 'If 2 [milliliters] are ingested an hour before sun exposure, the frequencies that have been imprinted on water will vibrate on your skin in such a way as to cancel approximately 97% of the UVA and UVB rays before they even hit your skin. This results in coverage for approximately three hours.'
And there it is. This drinkable sunscreen is 100% water that's been 'imprinted with frequencies.'
Should you get a sunburn while using this magic potion, it couldn't possibly be because IT'S ONLY WATER. No, no, it's because your skin is failing you!
From Osmosis Skincare's Dr. Ben Johnson (doctor of what??), 'For many people, their skin is not healthy enough to handle more than 2-3 hours of total exposure in a day. Knowing the power of ultraviolet light, the delicate nature of our cells, the modest quantity of antioxidants and all of the other factors that go into sun damage, this makes sense. If you start to get burned after three hours using UV Protection Water, then you get the benefit of knowing exactly when your skin is failing you.'
It's your skin's fault. Couldn't possibly be because this is ONLY FLIPPING WATER.
It comes in two versions, regular and tan enhancing, and costs $30 for a 3.38 oz bottle.
They do have people claiming amazing results on their Facebook page, but I don't really buy it.
I'll sell you a 16 oz. bottle of Poland Spring for $5. I'll even give it a good shake so it'll also be treated with frequencies. Deal?