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New in Sun Care (page 18 of 29)
Feb 13, 2009 | 10:06 AM CST
If you formulate sun protection, tanning and sunless tanning products, this book is a must-have addition to your library. You will find valuable information and answers to many troublesome formulation questions. Sun care remains a very active area for new ingredients, improved product formulations and patent activity.
Feb 02, 2009 | 09:38 AM CST
Mibelle Biochemistry designed a protecting and soothing active ingredient to reinforce the skin’s natural defense system.
Jan 30, 2009 | 02:56 PM CST
By: Rachel Grabenhofer, Cosmetics & Toiletries mag…
This issue highlights Mendrok-Edinger et al.’s quest to find the best butyl methoxydibenzoyl methane stabilizer for sun care; Farwick et al.’s update of ceramide identification, synthesis, function and nomenclature; and finally, Arif’s discussion supporting the smart use of sulfates in formulations. There’s a little something to stimulate everyone’s psyche in this issue.
Jan 30, 2009 | 10:23 AM CST
By: Christine Mendrok-Edinger, Kimberly Smith, Ann…
Butyl methoxydibenzoyl methane (BMDBM) is well-known as an effective UVA filter when it is stabilized. Here, the authors measure the efficiency of ten commercially available products that are reported to stabilize BMDBM. The most effective product found was octocrylene that, being a UVB filter, also contributed to the SPF.
Dec 22, 2008 | 01:45 PM CST
This cream protects the skin before UV exposure with an SPF 30 and moisturizes skin after sun exposure.
Nov 03, 2008 | 06:34 PM CST
Research from the University of Michigan Health System indicates that a topical product to increase skin’s sensitivity to light, followed by laser therapy, could actually improve photo-damaged skin.
Sep 02, 2008 | 09:29 AM CDT
Kemira Oyj has formed a joint venture with Rockwood Holdings Inc. to produce specialty titanium dioxide pigments.
Jul 02, 2008 | 08:21 AM CDT
A new research study explains why UVB light is more likely to cause skin cancer than UVA. This information could help to identify how effective consumer products such as sunscreen are.
Jun 30, 2008 | 01:45 PM CDT
This globally acceptable formula yields broad spectrum protection and sports-appropriate esthetics by incorporating a sunscreen stabilizer and substantivity aid, and a suitable excipient system...
May 15, 2008 | 04:34 PM CDT
Research recently published in the International Journal of Cosmetic Science shows nanoencapsulated sunscreens to be more effective, helping guard skin against sun damage.