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Could drinkable sunscreen be the end of slathering on the SPF?

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The days of asking a friend to rub sunscreen on your back or waiting for lotion to sink in could be a thing of the past.

At least according to one skin care company that claims to have invented the first drinkable sunscreen.

Yes you heard right, drinkable.

“The incidence of skin cancer, including melanoma — the deadliest kind — is going up, and wearing sunscreen is one of the best ways to prevent it,” says Dr. Ronald Moy, a dermatologist and spokesperson for the Skin Cancer Foundation, and CNN.

The company promises this drinkable sunscreen will “assist with sun exposure” by neutralizing UVA and UVB radiation.

This drinkable sunscreen is created by a company called “harmonized water.  They sell different versions of their water to treat for all sorts of ailments.

After consuming the product, the molecules create vibration on the skin thus removing 97% of UVA and UVB rays.

The product comes in 3.38-ounce bottles that sell for $30.

The product is still awaiting approval from the Federal Drugs Agency (FDA).