Key safety information about sunscreens and sun care to help you make the best decisions.
Company’s SPF claim may have misled consumers, Commerce Commission says.
More sunscreens fail to offer the SPF protection they claim.
Another five sunscreens have failed to meet their SPF label claims.
Consumer NZ rejects the Cancer Society’s response to the results of its latest testing.
A new study has confirmed the need to ban sunbeds and make sunscreen standards mandatory, Consumer NZ says.
Two tests of SunSense Ultra SPF50+ found the sunscreen fails to provide the protection claimed.
Commission acts on our complaint.
We’ve received a decision from the Commerce Commission on whether the SPF 30 and water-resistance claims made for Blue Earth Sun Protection sunscreen were misleading.
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