The American Heart Association (AHA) has released its “Sunburn Prevention Recommendations for Consumers,” a document that has been criticized for its recommendations for sunscreens, a sunscreen that can help prevent sunburn.
According to the AHA, the recommendation for citrus oils, which are considered safe for most consumers, is to avoid using citrus oils that are “high in salicylic acid, which is a chemical compound that has anti-inflammatory and antifungal properties.”
The AHA says the recommended oils are those containing “at least 5 percent of citrus oils” as well as “sodium hyaluronate, which can act as a natural sunscreen” and “polysorbate 80, which has been shown to have anti-oxidant and antimicrobial properties.”
The AHA also suggests that consumers avoid the use of sunscents containing high concentrations of “saponins,” which are chemicals that are found in the skin and cause skin cancer.
Saponins have also been linked to the growth of cancerous cells in humans.
The AIA says the “Sunscreen for All” list includes oils and sunscopes that are recommended for all skin types.
The sunscapes include the “Firm Sunscreen,” “Sunshine Sunscreen” and the “Totally Natural Sunscreen.”
A “Sun-Protecting Face Mask” and a “Tinted Water Mask” are also included.
The FDA issued a statement in response to the new AHA recommendations, saying the FDA has been working with AHA to determine if the oils listed in the Sunburn Prevention Recommended list are safe for people with certain health conditions.
The FDA noted that it is working to identify which oils are the most effective for people based on their skin types and other factors.
The agency said it would continue to monitor the safety of sunscreen products for people in the U.S. and overseas, and noted that FDA has begun a voluntary testing program.
The agency is also working with dermatologists and the American Academy of Dermatology to develop recommendations for use of oils and other products for the U