Sunscreen Makers Could Derive ‘Superior’ UV Filters From Fish – Study
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Combining chitosan with mycosporines and similar amino acids from the mucus of reef fish and fish eyes has “potential to provide an efficient protection against both types of UV radiations and overcome several shortfalls of the current UV-protective products,” recent research concludes.
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