Ecamsule + Avobenzone + Octocrylene

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Ecamsule + Avobenzone + Octocrylene Overview

Ecamsule (USAN, trade name Mexoryl SX, INCI terephthalylidene dicamphor sulfonic acid) is an organic compound which is added to many sunscreens to filter out UVA rays. It is a benzylidene camphor derivative, many of which are known for their excellent photostability.[2] Although there are a few different UV absorbers with the trade name Mexoryl, only two of them are widely used where approved. Mexoryl SX (water-soluble) and Mexoryl XL (INCI Drometrizole trisiloxane, oil-solubl...

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Ecamsule + Avobenzone + Octocrylene
  • Cream: 2% + 2% + 10%
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