Croda develops cost-effective sunscreen filter in line with new regulations

By Andrew McDougall

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Ingredients supplier Croda has developed its latest range of Solaveil ABC sunscreen filters in line with the new FDA regulations, ensuring it remains cost-effective for its customers.

The Yorkshire-headquartered company invited Cosmetics Design to its New Jersey head quarters to speak with Sun Care marketing director Jennifer Hart to speak about the new launch.

Hart explained that the new range can be used by customers as a sole absorber to meet the new regulations; which has made formulating a bigger challenge for many

Croda uses Titanium dioxide in the range instead of Zinc oxide, due to its comparable level of UVA and UVB performance, and this makes it more cost-effective for its consumers.

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