“Nano-Free” Sunscreen Claim Spurs Environmental Group Complaint
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Friends of the Earth claims that materials supplier Antaria misleads its customers and consumers by billing the ZinClear-IM sunscreen ingredient as “nano-free” when third-party testing shows it contains “clusters” of nanoparticles. The issue of defining nanotechnology continues to be debated internationally.
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