Are Your Sunscreens Infra-ready? New In vitro Method Puts Data Behind the Claims


Today, sun protection is generally accepted as a part of everyday life. This is due in part to the increased incidence in the number of skin cancers, as well as awareness campaigns. As such, more and more consumers demand efficient sun protection. They expect sunscreens to provide good UV protection, since overexposure to UVB (290 nm to 320 nm) and UVA (320 nm to 400 nm) leads to sunburn, premature skin aging and, potentially, the development of cancer.

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