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Sunscreens and Photoprotection Handbook
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Clinical Guide to Sunscreens and Photoprotection
edited by Henry Lim

Clinical Guide to Sunscreens and Photoprotection provides the advances of photoprotection in dermatology and cosmetic science.

It also addresses recent international and domestic regulatory activity and requirements for novel sun protective chemicals and proper product labeling to increase consumer awareness.

The book is extremely well illustrated.

Clinical Guide to Sunscreens and Photoprotection explores:

  • ultraviolet (UV) radiation, erythema, delayed tanning, photoimmunosuppression, photoaging, and photocarcinogenesis
  • the spectrum of UV radiation on disease and disease progression
  • protective effects of sunscreens and UVB/UVA protection, and the latest in UV filters and oral photoprotective agents
  • new agents and supplements of photoprotection, such as clothing, window glass, contact lenses, and sunglasses
  • photoprotection research, including delivery systems, topical antioxidants, and sunless tan simulation technology

Contents

History

  1. History of Photoprotection

UV Filters

  1. Chemistry and Properties of Organic and Inorganic UV Filters
  2. Formulation and Stability of Sunscreen Products
  3. Assessment of Photoprotective Properties of Sunscreens
  4. Worldwide Regulation of UV Filters
  5. Sunscreens and Photodermatoese
  6. Sunscreens and Photocarcinogenesis
  7. Sunscreens, Photoimmunosuppression, and Photoaging
  8. Effect of Photoprotection on Vitamin D and health
  9. Systemic Effects of Topically Applied Sunscreen Ingredients
  10. New and Emerging Sunscreen Technologies

Other Photoprotective Agents

  1. DNA Repair and Photoprotection
  2. Photoprotection in Moisturizers and Day Care Products
  3. Photoprotection in Colored Cosmetics
  4. Photoprotection and Products to Simulate or Stimulate UV Tanning
  5. Oral and Other Non-sunscreen Photoprotective Agents

Physical Photoprotection

  1. Photoprotection by Fabric
  2. Photoprotection by Glass
  3. Sun, Eye, Ophthalmohelioses, and the Contact Lens

Education

  1. Public Education in Photoprotection

Index

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Clinical Guide to Sunscreens and Photoprotection
edited by Henry Lim
2009 300 pages $228.95 + shipping
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