Maker of 'Drinkable' Sunscreen sued

Here’s one from the 'you really  didn’t see this coming?' department.

A Colorado company marketing a 'drinkable sunscreen' is now being sued over fraud allegations. The legal action was filed this week by Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller. He says Osmosis Skincare is misleading customers by having no valid testing to prove its claims that the product would actually protect people from overexposure to the sun.

The company says critics just don't understand the technology involved. The product, Harmonized Water, claims to be a 'UV neutralizer' that can protect people from harmful solar rays by being sprayed into the mouth, and promises to create 'waves' that block the UV radiation.

Source: WHO-TV

Picture credit: Alex Bramwell

A man's feet in front of a sparkling blue swimming pool. He is holding a beer.

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