Coty/Lancaster Enriches Sunscreens With Anti-Infrared Technology
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Reformulated sunscreens from Coty’s Lancaster division promise protection from infrared light, which can penetrate more deeply into skin than ultraviolent rays, contributing to photoaging and DNA damage, the brand claims. The “enriched” sunscreens are available in markets outside of the U.S.
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