In order to explore prospects for use of byproducts from the winemaking process of red grapes through the evaluation of one extract (grape pomace extract, GPE) and two fractions (one chloroform, GPE-CHF; one ethyl acetate, GPE-EAF) in cosmetics…
- Phytocompounds Recovered from the Waste of Cabernet Sauvignon (Vitis vinifera L.) Vinification: Cytotoxicity (in Normal and Stressful Conditions) and In Vitro Photoprotection Efficacy in a Sunscreen System
- Stability and Application Properties of Surfactant-Free Cosmetic Emulsions: An Instrumental Approach to Evaluate Their Potential
In order to formulate an oil-in-water fluid emulsion stabilized by the combination of organic and inorganic powders namely Zea mays starch and zinc oxide, and to test viscoelastic characteristics and the parameters of its textures such as…
Experts have been constantly warning against use of those skin care formulations which contain some of the most harmful chemical ingrdients in their composition.
With ban on sale of sunscreen containing octinoxate and oxybenzone in Hawaii in 2018 due to their known properties of harming the marine life particularly the coral reefs, there are other alternate ways to protect skin against dangerous UV rays…
- Leading skin care brand launches sunscreen with sun filtering technology to protect against ultra long UVA
L’Oréal has introduces UVMune 400 sunscreen, which is claimed to be based on breakthrough sun filtering technology that effectively protects the skin against ultra-long UVA rays (wavelengths ranging from from 340-400 nm).
- Congressmen being approached, convinced for asking OSHA to review outdoor workers safety standards with regards to sunscreen use
As many as 11 members of Congress have agreed to ask the U.S.
With trending of influential videos and other digital material, content on social media promoting use of oil-, mud- or sand-based "natural" sunscreen, skin care experts now are coming up with clarifications on whether such claims of natural…
Wide range of sunscreen such as mineral, chemical, hybrid formula, etc. are avaibale in the market. Experts say that chemical sunscreens get absorbed into the skin whereas physical sunscreens simply sit on the skin and act like a shield.
- U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine call for ecological risk assessment of UV filters in sunscreens
In a recent report published by the U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, it was urged that U.S.