Yes you read right, drinkable sunscreen, but its a stretch that it will work.

According to The Telegraph, a company called Osmosis Skincare just introduced the world's first drinkable sunscreen.

Instead of getting all greased up to spend a day in the sun, just put a few drops of the drinkable sunscreen in your water and they say it will protect you just like SPF 30 topical sunscreen will.

Their website doesn't offer any scientific evidence to support this fact, and logically there is no way it could work, but who knows.

The company says you need two milliliters of the drink every 4 hours that you are in the sun.  The bottle contains 100 milliliters and it sells for $30 online.