I'm always looking for the natural approach to things. At the same time, I'm also very common-sense about those same things. For example, I know that there are a lot of products that are said to prevent fleas on dogs (e.g. apple cider vinegar, garlic, etc.) But I've seen slight-to-no effect from this. Rather, I've found that the flea treatments offered at the vet's office are far more effective. So I'm thinking about the sun and sun protection. The "hippy" (natural) sort-of thinking is that conventional sunscreen does not actually protect you from sun damage (and eventually cancer). And many actually claim that these sunscreens actually promote cancer. Yet in my experience, they clearly block the sun and prevent things like sun BURN. Instead, they claim that there are other things you can do to prevent it. I've read how coconut oil is a natural sunscreen. I myself, think that would actually promote burning (never tried it). There are yet others that say that you can have a sort of "internal sunscreen", just by eating fruits and vegetables. Seems outlandish to me.