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Jyotsna Anandrao Saonere*, Sharda L. Deore and M. A. Channawar


Continuous exposure to sunlight induces severe skin damage including immune suppression, early skin ageing, melanoma, erythema, skin pigmentation, skin cancer, sun burn, precancerous skin growth, formation of fine and coarse wrinkles. Use of sunscreen reduces incidence of UVradiation associated skin damage and disorder by their ability to absorb, reflect or scatter UV rays. Many sunscreen products are available in the market which contain organic and inorganic, botanical or hybrid sunscreen agent but the use of sunscreen faces so many challenges like photo irritation, contact dermatitis, blockage of pores, acne, systemic and local toxicity, allergic reaction and deficient vitamin D synthesis. Conventional sunscreen are available in the form of lotion, gels, emulsion and cream but the demand of consumers required sunscreen product which has ease of application, sustain release of actives, lack of side effect, and protect the skin from all harmful damage of UV radiation. Novel formulations is emerging need in the field of sunscreen to avoid all side effect of existing conventional sunscreen which would satisfy the demand of consumer has been reviewed in this article.

Keywords: Melanoma, Pigmentation, Immunesuppression, Hybrid sunscreen.

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