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Letter to the Editor: Beautiful Yet Depressing

In this Letter to the Editor regarding our controversial January sunscreen article, after 50 years of working in sun protection, John Woodruff now questions his contributions. Read his letter, here.

Letter to the Editor: Congratulations

"I found this information focused on the consumer, something that we as formulators need." In his Letter to the Editor, Daniel Mauricio Sánchez gives Cosmetics & Toiletries a thumb's up for the controversial January sun protection article.

Letter to the Editor: Criticisms of 'Safer Solar Protection' Article

"My feeling is that the paper by Stanek and Gupta, in its present form, might add to the sunscreen confusion." In this letter to the editor, Paolo Giacomoni, Ph.D., provides his opinion on what the authors missed.

Supplier Roundtable: High-SPF, Non-whitening Sun Protection

Ever thought about how to formulate a non-whitening, high-SPF product? As part of a new “Supplier Roundtable” series, experts from the industry were challenged to provide solutions for these formulating issues.

Convenience is Key for Sun Care Products

Technavio's latest global sun care products market report points toward a rise in multifunctional and premium products entering the market, with consumer ease and use of technology in mind.

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Cosmetics & Toiletries Formulary: Sun Protection

As we settle into January, cold temperatures loom and consumers will soon hope to escape to a tropical paradise. Consider the following sun formulas to help protect them. For additional formulas and a directory of ingredients, visit the Cosmetics & Toiletries Bench Reference.

Safer Solar Protection: Going Beyond UV Defense, Part I

This two-part article is controversial. In part I, it reviews a number of concerns about the safety of traditional sunscreens. In part II, scheduled for February, the authors propose new approaches to move past these issues.

Smart Sunscreen Packaging Shows How Long Until You Bake

Imagine smart packaging that tells the consumer when it's time to reapply another glob of sunscreen. Well, it's already on the horizon.

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C&T Formulary: Sun Care

Be sure to visit the Cosmetic Bench Reference, our exclusive online directory of formulas and ingredients, for details on these formulas and more.

Uniquely Stable Emulsions Revealed Through Freeze-fracture Transmission Electron Microscopy

Researchers investigated the structures and features of emulsions made with different emulsifiers via freeze-fracture transmission electron microscopy. Potassium cetyl phosphate formed more multi-lamellar spheres than other emulsifiers, and aggregated homo-domains on top of lamellar sheet surfaces and multi-lamellar spheres. These homo-domains are likely to be responsible for the excellent emulsion stability achieved.

Tint the Skin to the Shade of Hydration

Control Corrective Skincare Systems' Tinted Moisturizer with SPF 30 helps protect the skin from broad-spectrum sunlight, while providing the skin with an even skin tone. While tinting, the product hydrates the skin to smooth out irregularities on the surface.

Appear Younger with Cream Sunscreen

With Crème Mineral Beauty Balm SPF 50 by MD, the user can protect their skin from the sun with a water-resistant formula. The product can protect the skin from photo aging and skin cancer while reducing discolorations.

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