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Sunscreen Ingredients Mimic Great Barrier Coral, Norse Sea Bacterium

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Larissa Bright Australia expects its broad-spectrum UV filters based on Great Barrier Reef coral’s natural sun-screening properties to be available within five years. Promar AS is developing UVAblue sunscreen technology that protects against blue-light damage using a pigment found in a sea bacterium.


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