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From Our Scientific Advisors

Marc Pissavini, PhD
Sun care [itself] is a hot topic but within it, I would say the biggest trends are infrared protection and antioxidants to scavenge free radicals. Also, Galenic formulating has renewed interest since studies show that consumers who receive pleasure from using a product are more likely to use it. It’s less about SPF level, and more about compliance. Of course, everyone is also waiting on the FDA to approve new sunscreens, and that would become a big deal for the sun care industry.
Marc Pissavini, PhD

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