Recent in Sun Care (page 8 of 9)
Mar 14, 2007
The p53 protein has not only been shown to prompt the skin to tan in response to UV light, it also may reduce sun-seeking behavior.
Mar 13, 2007
This formulation is a sun cream for sensitive skin.
Jan 30, 2007
An animal study by the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center has indicated that topically applied brown algae may prevent skin cancer.
Jan 2, 2007 |
The Sun Care Formulary features sun care lotions, creams, sprays and more submitted by raw material suppliers.
Jan 2, 2007
Eckart introduces the formulation for a moisturizing cream that protects skin from the sun while giving skin a hint of golden shimmer.
Dec 19, 2006
Sasol introduces a formula for a sunscreen that fights aging.
Dec 1, 2006 | Katie Schaefer, Cosmetics & Toiletries
With global warming ever-increasing the penetration of the sun, the emergence of sun care innovation is not only beneficial but vital. Many have high hopes for ecamsule, but as of now, it scope remains limited.
Oct 2, 2006 | Rachel L. Chapman, C&T Magazine
From preserving youth to expanding the limits of the color palette, this issue of C&T magazine serves as your guide to answering formulating conundrums.
Oct 2, 2006 | Elzbieta Kasprzyk, TRI-K Industries Inc. and Lori Siegler, Larex Inc.
Studies presented here show that GA reduces emulsion particle size and facilitates the aqueous dispersion of particulate materials, thus demonstrating how it improves the SPF of organic, inorganic and mixed sunscreen preparations.
Oct 2, 2006 | Isabelle Van Reeth, Stéphanie Postiaux and Heidi Van Dort, Dow Corning
Silicones give formulators choices for a variety of high-performance sun care products and delivery systems. Silicones can boost SPF, add wash-off resistance and help prevent sand from sticking to the skin.
Aug 1, 2006
The summer sun is blazing and skin protection is on many minds. With unique ingredients and features, these new sun care products are beating the heat.
Jul 3, 2006
Sun care is no longer about which SPF to choose. It has evolved past SPF and ventured into new arenas. Although sun products still protect consumers from the sun, they also can protect from other elements of nature.