Recent in UV Filter (page 6 of 7)
Apr 18, 2006 | Laetitia Moreau, Sylvie Bordes, Maud Jouandeaud and Brigitte Closs, SILAB S.A.
The authors studied the effect of UV on cell adhesion and expression of fibroblast integrins–two factors on which skin firmness depends. An Oryza sativa extract reduces the UV effect on these factors.
Mar 29, 2006 | N. Domloge, E. Bauza, K. Cucumel, D. Peyronel and C. Dal Farra
An extract from the plankton Artemia salina protects DNA from UV damage and decreases UV-induced inflammatory cytokines, suggesting a way to help sunscreens protect skin from UV damage.An extract from the plankton Artemia salina protects DNA from UV damage and decreases UV-induced inflammatory cytokines, suggesting a way to help sunscreens protect skin from UV damage.
Feb 2, 2006 | Sonia Dawson, Cara Eaton and Laurie B Joseph, PhD, Croda Inc.; Christine Bertram, Crodarom S.A.S
Botanicals are re-emerging as key ingredients in the defense against premature skin aging. French rose petal extract, when used in a cosmetic formulation, can help decrease the damage of ultraviolet (UV) light and other environmental stresses that can cause premature aging of the skin.
Dec 23, 2005 | Ken Klein
While zinc oxide had been used for decades in sunscreen products — remember the white coating on lifeguards’ noses? — it was only approved for this use by the FDA approximately 10 years ago. Prior to that, it was actually considered to be (and still is) an approved skin protectant material.
Dec 23, 2005 | Yin Z. Hessefort, Wayne M. Carlson and Mingli Wei, Nalco Company
UV protection hair care products in the current marketplace are mainly monomeric and adopted from skin care, therefore lacking substantivity and water solubility. This article reviews the detrimental effects of each range of UV light to hair and presents experimental results showing the sun protection performance of polyamide-2 for both hair morphology and artificial hair color fading.
Dec 23, 2005 | Uli Osterwalder and Bernd Herzog, Ciba Speciality Chemicals
Design considerations for broad-spectrum UV filters include photostability, solubility, efficacy, safety, registration, patent freedom, and PPD performance. These criteria are described and then applied in the case of bis-Ethylhexyloxyphenol methoxyphenyltriazine (BEMT), a new broadspectrum sunscreen active.
Dec 13, 2005 | Philippe Maillan, Anna Gripp, Fintan Sit, Roland Jermann and Hörst Westenfelder, DSM Nutritional Products AG
The data presented shows polysilicone-15 demonstrates the ability to perform as a UV fi lter for hair protection and decreases the combing force necessary after irradiation to sample hair tresses in addition to enhancing the shine attribute of a formulated product.
Aug 31, 2005 | Dr. Martin Rieger, PhD, M & A Rieger Associates
The author reviews recent publications discussing the protection of human skin against photodamage, reactive oxygen species, and other skin health topics.
May 6, 2003 | Sebastien Mongiat, Bernd Herzog, Cyrille Deshayes, Peter Konig and Uli Osterwalder, Ciba Specialty Chemicals
Efficient broad-spectrum UV protection is provided bisethylhexyloxyphenol methoxyphenyl triazine (BEMT), an oil-soluble, photostable UV absorber that offers improved UVA protection and synergy with UVB filters.
May 6, 2003 | Jose Ginestar, Pierre-Fabre, Center for Research
This article gives an overview of two pigments (ZnO and TiO2), their use in photoprotection and their mechanism of action and ability to attenuate UV radiation. Finally, the organic pigments, the dominant members of a new family of photoprotectors are described.
May 6, 2003 | N. Demloge, E. Bauza, K. Cucumel, D. Peyronel and C. Dal Farra, Vincience Research Center
An extract for the plankton Artemia salina protects DNA from UV damage and decreased UV-induced inflammatory cytokines, suggesting a way to help sunscreen protect skin from UV damage.
May 6, 2003 | L. Rigano and A. Mezzanotte, Rigano Laboratories; M. Lohman, Fortum Oil & Gas Oy; and L Kujansivu, Kemira Pigments Oy
New methods of micronization and coating of physical filters combined with vehicles containing high amounts of hydrogenated polydecenes provide high-SPF sunscreens that show improvements in photostability, effect-to-dose ratio, and skin substantively.