Chemistry Hits The Beach Jan 06, In our society it's a given that suntans look attractive, and it's also understoud that they can be harmful, and downright unhealthy. So what does this mean?
Cosmetics and Personal Care Products in the Medicine and Science Collections -- Fragrance Fragrance This section includes products such as perfumes, aftershaves, and powders.
The text below provides some historical context and shows how we can use these products to explore aspects of American history. Oils such as lavender, rose, sandalwood, and musk were used in toilet waters, as well as to camouflage the less-agreeable scents of various salves and ointments.
These oils were also used as flavoring for other medicinal products.
Before then, people who could afford to mask body odors did so with perfumes applied directly to clothing and handkerchiefs. Soap manufacturers also added fragrances to make their toilet soaps more appealing and to scent the skin of the user.
By the s, name brand cosmetics and hair products were steadily making their way onto the shelves of American pharmacies, and many of these powders, pomades, creams, lotions, and shampoos were perfumed.
The development of synthetic scents and new scent extraction technologies made perfumes less expensive to produce and purchase. As a result, perfume became less of a luxury item restricted only to wealthy buyers.Sun care products designed for babies and children tend to have high SPF values. While the most popular form of delivering sun care products is still creams and lotions, they now come in milks, gels, oils, ointments, foams, mists, sprays, sticks, mousses, aerosols, and pre-saturated wipes.
Cosmetics and Personal Care Products in the Medicine and Science Collections -- Fragrance. Fragrance. This section includes products such as perfumes, aftershaves, and powders.
The text below provides some historical context and shows how we can use these products to explore aspects of American history.
|The best SPF moisturisers | Sali Hughes | Fashion | The Guardian||History of sunscreens The history of sunscreens is quite fascinating, from very ancient times where there is evidence of people having used plants for sun protection, to the current plethora of sunscreens available today.|
National Museum of . The most modern sunguards are known as "Full Spectrum Absorbers", meaning that they absorb both UVA and UVB. The first molecules used where Oxybenzone and Octocrilene. The second being a fantastic waterproofing agent, and is considered one of the safest sunscreen ingredients today.
Four years later, in , Eugene Schueller, founder of L’Oreal introduced his formula to the world. It was refined a little further and a bit less miserable to wear but his sunscreen was still a long way from our modern expectations.
Sunscreen tends to be the blanket term for SPF products, but it actually relates to chemical sunscreen, which is an SPF product that uses one of several chemical compounds as its protective agent—avobenzone is a popular ingredient, for example.
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