PARSOL® Guard

Protects formulation against color fading

UV filters

Broadspectrum UV protection for colors and other light-sensitive ingredients in formulation

PARSOL® Guard is a technical ingredient used to protect light-sensitive cosmetic products from degradation by UV radiation and as a stabilizer in cosmetic preparations. It consists of three registered safe UV filters: Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane, Homosalate, Octocrylene, and Tocopherol (dissolved in sunflower oil). The UV filter is soluble in oils, ethanol and other alcohols.

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