Two types of sunscreen were banned this week in Hawaii during a Senate action. These sunscreens and sunscreens (whatever you want to call them) with oxybenzone and octinoxate were banned after adoption by the state legislature of Hawaii. According to the bill, these chemicals kill corals – and you know what happens when all the corals die, right?
"Oxybenzone and octinoxate cause mortality in developing corals, increasing coral bleaching which indicates extreme stress, even at temperatures below 87.8 degrees Fahrenheit, and causing genetic damage to corals and other marine organisms." The Senate Act Act 2571 in Hawaii, it also stated that these chemicals "also cause malformations in the embryonic development of fish, sea urchins, corals and shrimps and cause neurological behavioral changes fish that threaten the continuity of fish populations."
Man, you deform the fish. Cut that out. The bill was passed and the law comes into force on the first of 201
"Prohibits the sale, sale, or distribution of SPF sunscreen in the state of personal care product containing oxybenzone or octinoxate or both without a prescription approved by a medical practitioner."
"Amazingly This is a First World law, so Hawaii is definitely up to date by banning these dangerous chemicals in sunscreens, "wrote Hawaii Senator Mike Gabbard. "If you think about it, our island paradise, surrounded by coral reefs, is the perfect place to set the gold standard for the world, making a huge difference in protecting our coral reefs, marine life and human health."
MAKES: Attempts to use mineral sunscreens instead of chemical sunscreens. Pay attention to the words "natural" and "without fragrance" and always look at the ingredients. If you find Oxybenzone or Octinoxate, avoid it!
The most important ingredient to look for – in principle, the only thing you need to have a sunblock is zinc oxide. This is a physical blocker of UV rays from the sun.
DESTROY YOUR PAST: The use of this sunscreen is not yet banned, but it would be really cool of you to destroy the liquid properly. Throw them in the trash if you must, but the best way to get rid of these containers of death is to take them to the landfill of your city, where they are almost certainly a "hazardous waste and electronics recycling center". have for this purpose.