Editor’s note: This two-part article is controversial. In part I, it reviewed a number of concerns about the safety of traditional sunscreens. Here in part II, the authors propose new approaches to move past these issues. Whether or not you feel the expressed concerns are valid, this article is presented in the spirit of advancing cosmetic science to provoke thought, and in no way suggests consumers should stop using sun protection. We invite you to engage in this discussion by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or commenting on our Cosmetics & Toiletries LinkedIn page.