Get Ready to Drink Sunscreen

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Read on to learn more about drinkable sunscreen.

A company called Osmosis Skincare is behind drinkable sunscreen. Called Harmonized H20 UV, the sunscreen is ingested to begin sun protection.

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The sunscreen provides an SPF of 30. After consumed, the molecules of the sunscreen vibrate on the skin to cancel out nearly 97 percent of UVA and UVB rays, according to the product's website.

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There are two versions of the sunscreen: tanning and non-tanning. The former sunscreen lets the user get a tan while still staying safe from the sun's rays.

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The skincare brand recommends drinking two milliliters of the sunscreen every four hours when in the sun. It is also advised to drink two or more ounces of water with the product.

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Harmonized H20 costs $30 for a 100ml bottle.

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Harmonized H20 has not been tested by dermatologists yet, but the website has some pretty promising testimonials.

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Creator, Dr. Ben Johnson, says that the sunscreen lasts for three hours and should be taken on a full stomach one and a half hours before sun exposure.

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Dr. Johnson stresses the importance of sun for health. He says 30 minutes a day has been found to reduce the risk of many cancers and other diseases.

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This is not the first drinkable beauty product on the market. Recently a company developed a skin-enhancing gummy bear. Another company offers a Tan Optimizer Capsule.

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The scent of summer comes in the form of barbecue, s'mores and lots and lots of sunscreen. This summer, sunscreen will come in the form of a beverage, but will you drink it?

The new drinkable sunscreen promises to shield skin from harmful UVA and UVB rays after ingesting the sun-blocking elixir. Will you forgo your summer cocktail for an ingestible sun protector?

Check out the slideshow above to learn more about drinkable sunscreen.

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