octinoxate

octinoxate

 [ok-tin´ok-sāt]
an absorber of ultraviolet B radiation, used topically as a sunscreen.

octinoxate

/oc·tin·ox·ate/ (ok-tin´ok-sāt) an absorber of ultraviolet B radiation, used topically as a sunscreen.

octinoxate

[oktin′ok-sāt]
an absorber of ultraviolet B radiation, used topically as a sunscreen. Also called octyl methoxycinnamate.
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Their new materials absorbed both UVA and UVB radiation effectively and were twice as active as octinoxate.
2% of the UV filters octinoxate and benzophenone-3 (BP-3).
Glimpse achieves safe and effective protection for the skin by using Zinc Oxide and botanicals, rather than using chemical sunscreens such as octinoxate and avobenzone that may cause harm to the skin.
Octinoxate reduces stability of avobenzene in mixtures.
They contain no-known allergens, such as oxybenzone or octinoxate, are paraben and PABA free and have been included in the Environmental Working Group (EWG) list of top-rated broad spectrum sunscreens.
Targeting those with rosacea, La-Roche Posa/s newest creation is Rosaliac CC Cream, featuring active Ingredients octinoxate 3%, octisalate 3.
The four harmful chemicals include three sun blockers -- octinoxate, oxybenzone and 4-methylbenzylidene camphor -- and the preservative butylparaben.
Key ingredients in Skin Authority's new sunscreen include avobenzone, homosalate, octinoxate, octisalate, octocrylene and oxybenzone.