Just in time for Summer, the FDA has released new regulations for sunscreen. The changes are the first in over 30 years and include new wording and mandatory labeling that the organization hopes will make it easier for all of us to stay safe in the sun. And while we won't be seeing the new labels on shelves this season — manufacturers have a year to comply — it's never too soon to take the guidelines into consideration the next time we make a trip to the sunscreen aisle. Do you know the new rules? Take our quiz to see!
The FDA Releases New Sunscreen Rules — Test Your Knowledge
Under the new rules, sunscreen can no longer be labeled "waterproof," "sweatproof," or "sunblock."