The Universal Selection Source: Cosmetics Ingredients

Sun Care
The sun care market (sun protection, self-tan and after sun) is strongly driven by health issues, due to skin damage made by prolonged sun exposure. Consumers are looking for water resistant high SPF (Sun Protection Factor) sunscreen exhibiting appropriate cosmetics sensorial properties like anti-aging & firming properties and texture. Formulators must be very imaginative to use organic and inorganic UV filters (UVA/UVB) in order to produce secure sun care products.

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Julian Hewitt

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By Julian Hewitt

Overcome the challenges related to the formulation of natural sun protection products by reviewing all the important factors to consider (ingredients you can use, certifications...)Julian...

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