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Ivy Nanoparticles In Sunscreens Safer, Stickier Than Titanium Oxide - Study

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Isolated organic nanoparticles from English ivy offer performance advantages and a superior safety profile compared with nano-sized titanium dioxide, a common sunscreen ingredient, researchers say

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