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So i'm going on a cruise for my honeymoon in June. Some of the shore excursion options are reef snorkels, but they require only biodegradeable sunscreen. This is freaking me out a bit - i'm very sensitive to sunscreen in general and it looks like the normal commercial types are not biodegradeable. Exactly what is in them that isn't? The only brands that advertise that they are, are brands i've never heard of, and none of them seem to have an SPF higher than 30. I am pale as pale can be, i need a high SPF sunscreen for sensitive skin. Any ideas? Google isn't much help.

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I've heard of people having problems with the Mexican authorities not letting them use sunscreens that actually say "biodegradable" on the label, so i wouldn't even try one that doesn't.

Nobody here knows what isn't biodegradable in normal sunscreens?

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