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Factors associated with regular sunscreen use by medical students of a Peruvian university
(Pacini Editore, 2016)
INTRODUCTION: Use of sunscreen is encouraged to reduce the risk of skin pathologies caused by radiation. It is important to acknowledge the associated factors that promote or hinder sunscreen use in young populations as ...
Influence of natural polymer derived from starch as a sensory modifier in sunscreen formulations
Background: Nowadays, there has been increased incidence of skin cancer, which is mainly related to increased sun exposure. Although sunscreen products may prevent the appearing of this disease, consumers may not use them ...
The influence of the amount of sunscreen applied and its sun protection factor (SPF): evaluation of two sunscreens including the same ingredients at different concentrations
(WILEY-BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, INC, 2009)
Background To estimate labeled sun protection factor (SPF) for sunscreen, the amount of product applied on volunteers, according to food and drug administration (FDA) and International protocols, is 2 mg/cm(2). However, ...
The green generation of sunscreens: Using coffee industrial sub-products
Spent coffee grounds and green coffee defective beans, which are industrial sub-products of coffee processing, have a potential use for cosmetic applications, due to their safety and high content in lipids that present ...
(Sociedade Brasileira de Química, 2007-02-01)
Health problems related to UV radiation can be minimized by the appropriate use of sunscreens. Different kinds of sunscreens are reported in the literature, even though there is a misleading denomination among them and few ...
Eu(III) doped LDH intercalated with cinnamate anion as multifunctional sunscreens
Eu(III) doped Zn2Al-LDH intercalated with cinnamate anions with different C9H7O2 -/M3+ molar ratios were synthesized by different anion-exchange methods. The XRD patterns indicate the formation of hydrotalcite-like compounds. ...
Removal of sunscreen compounds from swimming pool water using self-organized TiO2 nanotubular array electrodes
(Elsevier B.V. Sa, 2010-08-15)
An alternative method to remove sunscreen compounds 4-methylbenzylidene camphor (4-MBC), 3-benzophenone (BENZO) and 4-aminobenzoic acid (PABA) from swimming pool water is proposed based on photoeletrocatalytic oxidation ...
Potencialidades de Veículos Microemulsionados para Fotoprotetores Físicos
(Colegio Farmaceuticos Provincia de Buenos Aires, 2009-01-01)
The human solar exposition at UVA and UVB radiation is a subject strongly studied in the pharmaceutical and dermocosmetical field. The dermal protection became, therefore, a main subject of study because of its importance ...
(Sociedade Brasileira de Química, 2014)
Photostability Study Of Commercial Sunscreens Submitted To Artificial Uv Irradiation And/or Fluorescent Radiation
(Elsevier Science SALausanne, 2016)