The Belgian authorities are currently warning of three sun protection products from the manufacturer Biosolis. Accordingly, the actual sun protection factor does not correspond to that which is declared on the packaging.
Users are therefore not adequately protected from UV radiation, which can increase the risk of sunburn or skin cancer, as “ProductWarning.eu” writes. Accordingly, the products do not comply with either the Cosmetics Ordinance or the Commission’s recommendation on the effectiveness of sunscreens. Therefore, an immediate sales stop was ordered.
Sun milk with a specified sun protection factor of 30
Sun spray with a specified sun protection factor of 30
Children’s sun milk with a specified sun protection factor of 50
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The original of this article “Three sun protection products from Biosolis are being recalled” comes from chip.de.