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De-Aging Sunscreen SPF 55 | De-Aging Sunscreen SPF 55

04:26 EDT 27th August 2014 | BioPortfolio

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Active Ingredients          PurposeHomosalate 10.0%........SunscreenOctisalate 5.0%.............SunscreenAvobenzone 3.0%.........SunscreenOctocrylene 2.6%..........Sunscreen

Uses  Helps prevent sunburn  Higher SPF gives more sunburn protection

Warnings For External use only

Do not use on irritated or broken skin

Stop use and ask a physician if rash, irritation or sensitivity develops and lasts.

When using this product do not get into eyes, if contact occurs, rinse eyes thoroughly with water.

Keep out of reach of chidren. In case of accidental ingestion, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.

Directions  - Apply liberally before exposure to the sun.  - Reapply after excessive perspiration or swimming.  - Ask a doctor before use on children under 3 years of age.

Other Information  Sun Alert: Limiting sun exposure, wearing protective clothing, and using sunscreen may reduce the risks of skin aging, skin cancer and other harmful effects of the sun.

Prevent the signs of aging with this comprehensive blend of four active sunscreen ingredients. in conjunction with the powerful skin-rejuvenating antioxidant vitamin E and green tea extracts, prorecting against incoming UVA and UVB rays for a more youthful, vibrant glow for your face and entire body.  Manufactured for and exclusively distributed in the U.S. by: Market America, Inc. 1302 Pleasant Ridge Road Greensboro, NC 27409  Imported and exclusively distributed by: Market America, Inc., in Canada 100 Wilkinson Road, Unit 5-6 Brampton, Ontario L6T 4Y9  Marker Australia, Inc., in Australia Unit 2/36 Liverpool St. Ingleburn, NSW 2565  Market Hong Kong, Inc., in Hong Kong  Unit 1615-1620, Level 16, Tower II Grend Century Place 193 Prince Edward Road West Mongkok, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

CELLULAR laboratories  net vol. 3.1fl. oz./100 mL

De-Aging Sunscreen SPF 55

Prevent the signs of aging with this comprehensive blend of four active sunscreen ingredients. in conjunction with the powerful skin-rejuvenating antioxidant vitamin E and green tea extracts, prorecting against incoming UVA and UVB rays for a more youthful, vibrant glow for your face and entire body.

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Market America

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Determination of Sun Protection in Sunscreen Formulas (Study SR09-15)(P08236)(COMPLETED)

Study to determine the sunscreen protection factor (SPF) and ultraviolet A protection factor (PFA) of 2 sunscreen products containing the combination of zinc oxide and avobenzone with and ...

Sunscreen: Persistence of Sun Protection Factor and the Influence on Vitamin D

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How Useful is the Advice: "Fill up a Handful of Sunscreen and Spread it All Over Your Body"

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Test the Outdoor Usage for Sunscreen Products in Female Adults

To assess the safety of a sunscreen product when used outdoor.

Outdoor-Use Test for Sunscreen Products in Children Ages 3 to 9 Years Old

To assess the safety of a sunscreen product under supervised outdoor-use conditions with the target consumer

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Patient knowledge of FDA-mandated sunscreen labeling terminology: a cross-sectional survey.

Insufficient understanding of sunscreen labeling terminology is a barrier to effective use. The FDA issued the "final rule" on sunscreen labeling in 2011, in an effort to promote effective usage. Howe...

Can Sunscreens Harm Coral Reefs? Addressing Environmental Concerns and Offering Practical Recommendations.

The crucial role sunscreen plays in preventing sunburns, photoaging, and skin cancer is unquestionable, and as a result, it is incumbent upon dermatologists to influence patients to appropriately use ...

ZnO:SBA-15 Nanocomposites for Potential Use in Sunscreen: Preparation, Properties, Human Skin Penetration and Toxicity.

We evaluated the effects of the incorporation of zinc oxide (ZnO) nanoparticles in a mesoporous matrix, aiming to improve the textural, structural and morphological properties and verify their safety ...

Challenges in Assessing the Sunscreen-Melanoma Association.

Whether sunscreen use affects melanoma risk has been widely studied with contradictory results. To answer this question we performed a systematic review of all published studies, accounting for source...

Sunscreen Application to the Face Persists Beyond 2 Hours in Indoor Workers: An Open Label Trial.

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