Just because it stings doesn’t mean it’s working. A health professional in California says she actually treated patients last week who decided to put sunscreen on their eyeballs since they did not have NASA-approved eyewear to watch the eclipse last week. Doctors in Virginia also offered reports of people applying sunscreen to their eyes in hopes it would allow them to safely stare at the sun. No word on if any of these patients actually sustained eye damage from either the sunscreen, or staring at the eclipse
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