Yeah, there's no way this works.

 

 

A company called Osmosis Skincare just introduced a new product . . . they say it's the world's first DRINKABLE SUNSCREEN.

 

 

Instead of slathering yourself up with sunscreen, you just put a few drops of this stuff in your water . . . and they say it'll protect your skin just like an SPF 30 sunscreen.

 

 

Their website doesn't offer any scientific evidence, and we're not sure how it works from a logical perspective . . . so basically, you're taking their word for it that drinkable sunscreen works.

 

 

The company says you need about two milliliters of the drink every four hours you're in the sun to stay protected.  The bottles are 100 milliliters, so you get 200 hours in the sun from one bottle.  They sell for $30 online

 

 

(The Telegraph)