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Formula Anatomy Deciphered—Sun Damage Prevention and Repair
By: Eric S. Abruyn, TPC2 Advisors Ltd., Inc.
Posted: March 2, 2011, from the March 2011 issue of Cosmetics & Toiletries.
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A significant amount of scientific work is being conducted on the damage inflicted to skin by UV radiation. Therefore, finding and using sufficient amounts of the appropriated actives to elicit a clinical response is possible. The future of this product niche will be in better supporting sun repair claims with long-lasting improvements to damaged skin.
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