Enhancing Sunscreen Efficacy for Realistic Application

Jungman, Elsa; Maibach, Howard I.
July 2010
Cosmetics & Toiletries;Jul2010, Vol. 125 Issue 7, p28
The article discusses the effectiveness of sunscreens. It highlights the study which determines the components, formulations and efficacy of sunscreens that are designed to protect the skin from melanoma and other damages. It notes the result of the study which shows that uneven and inefficient application of sunscreens can be less effective which prompted skin experts to suggest the importance to appropriately apply the cosmetic.


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