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Sunscreens and their ingredients are safe

07 May 2019

Read why we can safely use sunscreens.

CTPA challenges the Which? report and explains why we can be confident in water resistant sunscreens

24 May 2018

This week Which? Magazine has published its annual report about sunscreens. Read more...

Keep safe in the spring sun

20 April 2018

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The science behind sunscreen safety - CTPA responds to latest Which? sunscreen report

18 May 2017

Read why you can trust your sunscreens

Sunscreen Labelling - CTPA and the Which? Report

27 May 2016

Why we can rely on the labelled SPF values and why ‘extended wear’ sunscreens are valuable? Read more...

CTPA welcomes the NICE Guidelines on Sunlight Exposure

09 February 2016

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No Link Between Sunscreen Use and Coral Damage

23 October 2015

Read CTPA’s views on US paper

Sunscreen labelling

26 June 2015

Read CTPA’s response to the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s report… Read more...

Sunscreens and cosmetic ingredients do not reduce sperm quality

18 June 2015

You may have read articles today claiming cosmetic products, including sunscreens, and their ingredients, could be damaging male fertility. Read more...

Sunscreen Labelling - CTPA is Disappointed with Which? Report

14 May 2015

The latest Which? sunscreen survey has recommended two sun protection products as ‘Don’t buys’ after its testing... Read more...

CTPA urges against using home-made sunscreens

23 July 2014

You may have seen online discussions and suggestions on how to make your own sunscreens. Read more...

New sun research provides new information about the sun’s damaging effect on skin

12 June 2014

Why sunscreens are part of a package of important measures to protect your skin. Read more...

All Sunscreens Must Provide the Protection Labelled On-pack

16 May 2014

You may read reports in the media about a new Which? Magazine article that suggests some sunscreens do not provide the sun protection factor (SPF) labelled on-pack. Read more...

Cosmetic products do not contain endocrine disruptors

13 May 2014

You may have read reports of a new study from Denmark claiming a link between some substances used in everyday products, including toothpastes and sunscreens, and the health of human sperm Read more...

CTPA responds to BBC Watchdog and Sunscreen allergy

19 June 2013

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