"Did I get it rubbed in yet?" Oxybenzone free sunscreens are ecofriendly both for nature and your body. Popular commercial sunscreens use it because it absorbs UV. ITS also used in cosmetics, hair spray, and nail polish. There's evidence that from 6000 to 14000 tons of sunscreen get washed off human bodies in coral reef areas, and is responsible for bleaching coral reefs. Oxybenzon and octinoxate are banned in Hawaii beginning 2021. The Haeereticus Environmental Laboratory which authored the article that spurred Hawaii's ban, also found toxic levels of these two chemicals in fish, turtle eggs, algae, dolphins, oysters, crayfish. Mussels and human and dolphin milk also contained toxic levels. In 2017, NOAA scientists found that 56% of the reefs around Hawaii's big island were bleached, 44% of West Maui's, and 32% of Oahu's.