When you’re about to go out in the sun, you should definitely wear sunscreen. But did you know that many sunscreen sprays contain flammable ingredients, most commonly alcohol? If you apply sunscreen sprays and then come close to a source of flame, like the barbecue grill, lighting a fire or even coming too close to a lit candle, you may risk the sunscreen catching fire and causing you a serious burn. A recent FDA Consumer Update says that it has received reports of five incidents where people wearing spray sunscreen near open flame suffered significant burns; significant enough to require medical treatment.… Read More