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Coppertone Launches Whipped Line

Coppertone Whipped is available in ClearlySheer and WaterBabies formulations. The sunscreen absorbs quickly, yet has a rich, creamy texture.

Editor's Note: You’ve Been Training for This

Like many, our family is planning a summer vacation—boating and swimming on a lake with friends for an entire week. Moments like these are what skin care formulators have been training for. What do I mean? Read on to find out.

La Roche-Posay’s My UV Patch

My UV Patch is a breathable, wearable skin sensor that measures the amount of UV exposure received and relays the information to a smartphone app, which then provides alerts and tips to the user.

Super Sensitive Broad Spectrum SPF 50+ Sunscreen by California Baby

A mineral-based, no-fragrance-added sunscreen that is safe for children under six months.

Clients Getting the Self-tan Not Sun Memo

After a five-year decrease, self-tanning product sales increased by 6% in 2016.

Glow like the Sun Even When it Rains

The Sunless Tanning Collection features four products formulated for quick self-tanning results.

Pharmagel’s Sun Therapé Face & Body Moisturizer

Sun Therapé Face & Body Moisturizer provides a radiant, younger-looking complexion while protecting the skin from environmental damage.

Slather on Some Super Sunscreen

The SuperPower Sunscreen Mousse SPF 50 and Invincible Setting Powder SPF 45 help to protect against UV and environmental damage while moisturizing and hydrating the skin.

HydroPeptide’s Solar Defense Body

HydroPeptide's Solar Defense Body is designed to provide UVA and UVB protection using organically derived ingredients.

Read the Label: Avène Ultra-light Hydrating Sunscreen, Face, SPF 50+

This month, we welcome back our regular "Read the Label" contribution from Susan Raffy, of Susan Raffy Consulting, to review the label claims and ingredient listings of new products. This month features the Avène Ultra-light Hydrating Sunscreen Lotion, SPF 50+, for Face.

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