Clinical Guide to Sunscreens and Photoprotection

Clinical Guide to Sunscreens and Photoprotection

by Henry W. Lim
     
 

ISBN-10: 1420080849

ISBN-13: 9781420080841

Pub. Date: 12/10/2008

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Designed with practicing dermatologists, dermatology trainees, physicians, and scientists interested in photoprotection in mind, this concise and highly illustrated guide provides the latest knowledge of photoprotection in dermatology and cosmetic science. Clinical Guide to Sunscreens and Photoprotection also addresses recent important international

Overview

Designed with practicing dermatologists, dermatology trainees, physicians, and scientists interested in photoprotection in mind, this concise and highly illustrated guide provides the latest knowledge of photoprotection in dermatology and cosmetic science. Clinical Guide to Sunscreens and Photoprotection also addresses recent important international and domestic regulatory activity and requirements on the use of novel sun protective chemicals and proper labeling of products to ensure increased consumer awareness.

This concisely written, problem-oriented text explores:

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781420080841
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
12/10/2008
Series:
Basic and Clinical Dermatology Series
Pages:
300
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

1. History of photoprotection. 2. Chemistry and properties of organic and inorganic UV filters. 3. Formulation and stability of sunscreen products. 4. Assessment of photoprotective properties. 5. Worldwide current and forthcoming regulation of UV filters (CTFA). 6. Sunscreens and photodermatoses. 7. Sunscreens and photocarcinogenesis. 8. Photoimmunosupression and photoaging. 9. Effect of photoprotection on vitamin D and health. 10. Systemic effects of topically applied sunscreen ingredients. 11. New and emerging sunscreen technologies. 12. DNA repair and photoprotection. 13. Photoprotection in moisturizers and day care products. 14. Photoprotection in colored cosmetics. 15. Photoprotection and products to simulate or stimulate UV tanning. 16. Oral and other non-sunscreen photoprotective agents. 17. Photoprotection by fabric. 18. Photoprotection by glass. 19. Sun, eye, ophthalmohelioses, and the contact lens. 20. Public education in photoprotection.

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