Chemical found in multiple sunscreen brands linked to cancer

Chemical found in multiple sunscreen brands linked to cancer

victims that used various sunscreen brands and developed cancer may be entitled to compensation.


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Thousands of consumers endangered by dangerous brands

How Sunscreens Can Be Dangerous

For decades, consumers considered sunscreen to be an important aspect of safety. However, recent testings conducted by an independent laboratory have found traces of benzene, a known human carcinogen, inside samples of highly popular sunscreen brands.

The study found brands such as Banana Boat®, Neutrogena®, and CVS Health® brand sunscreens contain dangerous levels of benzene. Out of 300 brands and samples tested, 78 had come back with dangerous levels of benzene.

Victims that used various sunscreen brands and developed cancer are encouraged to come forward to receive a free legal case review with a qualified attoney.

Sunscreen Brands In The News

June 2021

Victims that developed cancer after using certain sunscreen brands begin to come forward and file individual legal claims.

May 2021

The lab that tested the sunscreen brands, Valisure®, sends a letter to the FDA warning them of the dangerous levels of benzene inside certain sunscreen lotions and sprays.

june 1982

The International Agency for Research on Cancer® links Benzene to cancer in humans.


Please seek the advice of a medical professional before making health care decisions. This advertisement is not associated with Valisure®, Neutrogena®, Banana Boat®, CVS Health®, or any government agency.

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