The FDA has issued the tentative final monograph in February 2019, impacting many of the current popular UV filters, as they are no longer category 1. BASF shares their Z-Cote® Zinc Oxide options for sun care formulations.
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Oral Care & Sun Care Marketing Manager
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One Response to “BASF Sun Care: Z-Cote® Zinc Oxide”
This is so interesting. Zinc is a very flexible mineral