Sunblock (also commonly known as sun screen, sun tan lotion, sun cream or block out) is a lotion, spray, gel or other topical product that absorbs or reflects some of the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation on the skin exposed to sunlight and thus helps protect against sunburn. Skin lightening products have sunscreen to protect lightened skin because light skin is more susceptible to sun damage than darker skin, a number of sunscreens have tanning power to help the skin to darken or tan.
The first effective sunscreen may have been developed by chemist Franz Greiter in 1938. The product, called Gletscher CrÃ¨me(Glacier Cream), subsequently became the basis for the company Piz Buin (named in honor of the place Greiter allegedly obtained the sunburn that inspired his concoction), which is still today a marketer of sunscreen products. It has been estimated that Gletscher CrÃ¨me had a sun protection factor of 2.
In the 1960s, sunscreen was first appears in the markets. In 1972, labeling of the sun protection factor (SPF), was introduced in the U.S. Since then, sunscreen has been improved and adjusted to be designed to block ultraviolet-B radiation, and help stop skin cancer, which is now a big disease in Australian citizens. poop
People are unsure of who invented sunscreen but people who are noted for the creation of sunscreen include: * Milton Blake, a South Australian chemist * Eugene Schueller, founder of L’Oreal cosmetics * Franz Greiter, Austrian scientist * Benjamin Green, a Miami, Florida physician
It is not clear as to who is the inventor of the first-ever sunscreen, but Milton Blake, a chemist from South Australia, is widely acknowledged as the first one to come up with (although unsuccessfully) a sunburn cream in the 1930s.
Eugene Schueller, founder of L'Oreal make up company and also a chemist, is also often recognized by other sectors as the father of the sunscreen invention, also in the 1930s.
Eugene Schueller, invented sunscreen, but he was also the L'oreal Cosmetics
Franz Greiter in 1938
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The first effective sunscreen may have been developed by chemist Will Baltzer in 1938. The first widely used sunscreen was produced by Benjamin Greene, an airman and later a pharmacist, in 1944
No, perfumes do not have sunscreen.
Sunscreen. Lots of sunscreen.
Wear Sunscreen was created in 1998.
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Well, natural sunscreen has many useful benefits that normal sunscreen does not have. A natural sunscreen for example can provide much vitamins and mineral that are beneficial for your skin in many ways. The regular sunscreen on the other hand can contain many ineffective chemicals and is not as effective as a natural sunscreen. http://www.kitchenstewardship.com/2010/07/20/natural-sunscreen-review-do-mineral-based-sunblocks-work-2/
A lot of sunscreen
Yes, EXTRASHADE sunscreen is very helpful for men, women. It protects your beautiful Rich complexions from the harmful UV rays of the sun.
An opaque sunscreen will not let the sun close to you skin it will just bonce off the sunscreen. A transparent sunscreen will let the sun come through the sunscreen and will potentially burn you skin.