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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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IJPR 9[3] July - September 2017 Special Issue

July - September 9[3] 2017

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A comparison of Natural and Synthetic Sunscreen Agents: A Review

Author: , DEVANJALI BHATTACHARJEE, PREETHI S, AMIT B PATIL , VIKAS JAIN
Abstract: Sunscreen Agents protect the skin from Ultraviolet (UV) rays by absorption, scattering and by blocking phenomena. Ultraviolet (UV) rays are divided into three wavelengths UV-A,UV-B and UV-C in which UV-B causes sunburn by affecting the epidermis layer. Active Ingredient of Sunscreen Agents is Synthetic Product which is divided into Organic and Inorganic filters which is used in market. Organic filters have subtypes among which Benzophenone and PABA derivative have some serious side effects, to overcome this deleterious effects Natural Sunscreen came into existence. Natural products are efficacious as Sunscreen same as that of the product which is present in the market. Different formulations of Synthetic and Natural Sunscreen are discussed to know the efficacy of Sunscreen formulation. Market comparison of both the products are done and their marketing products are mentioned. Regulatory guidelines of countries are discussed for the safety and efficacy of Sunscreen product available in the market and Testing procedures is also mentioned. Sunscreen patents are discussed to know about innovations done in cosmetic field even clinical trials of different formulations is done to know the safety and efficacy of the product before launching into the market.
Keyword: : Skin, Sunscreen, Organic filters, Natural Products, Inorganic filters.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2021.13.01.524
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