The Sunscreen Filter: HAPPI Magazine
Articles in Magazines
JOCS Impact of Sunscreen Regulations in the United States on Suncare Development.
Healing Civilizations: The Search for Therapeutic Essential Oils and Nutrients, Nadim Shaath, Euro Cosmetics, 38-41, April 2017
The Chemistry of Ultraviolet Filters, Nadim Shaath, Principles and Practice of Photoprotection, 143-157, 2016
Ultraviolet Filters, Nadim Shaath, Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences, 464-469, 2010
Comparative Evaluation of Commercial SPF 100+ Sunscreen Products Olga Dueva-Koganov and Nadim Shaath, Happi, p. 48, December 2010
Where is the FDAs Sunscreen Monograph CosmeticDesign Magazine Interview, October 7, 2010
The Afterlife of Natural Ancient Egyptian Cosmetics Nadim Shaath and Mona Shaath, Happi, p. 78, January 2008
SPF Boosters & Photostability of Ultraviolet Filters Nadim Shaath, Happi, p. 77, October 2007
Global Developments in Sun Care Ingredients Nadim Shaath, Cosmetics and Toiletries, p.57, June 2006
Where is American Ingenuity Regarding UV Filter Development?
National Academy of Sciences Sunscreens Investigation Released
Sunscreen Developments Need Bipartisan Government Support
Will FDA Commissioner Califf Make Sunscreen a Priority?
Looking for Answers To Sunscreen Issues
FDA's Deemed Final Order Issued for Sunscreens
FDA Administrative Orders- To Be or Not to Be?
The Politics of Sunscreens Are Heating Up
Solar Protection Via Space; SPF Testing Discrepancy
Will The US Election Impact Sunscreen Regulations?
Know Your Alphabet: OMUFA, OMOR and AO
It's Time for a Serious Talk about Sunscreen & Cancer
Misinformation Surrounds Pandemic Headlines
We Need A Sunscreen Summit in Washington DC
What Happened to the Drop-Dead Deadline of Nov. 26, 2019?!
The Final Monograph is Upon Us!
Sunscreen Symposium Draws Record Crowd
The Ongoing Challenges of Category I UV Filters and FDA
Another FDA Delay is Coming Our Way
FDA Proposal Part II: No The Wait Is Not Over!
FDA Proposal Part I: Is The Wait Finally Over?
US Government Shutdown Imperils Reform Hopes
OTC Sunscreen Filters Are On Life Support
The Sunrise and Sunset of Sunscreens
Will Hawaii Bring Down The Sunscreen Industry
R&D Efforts Move Along Even as Regulators Stall
Sunscreen Legistlation Shows No Signs of Heating Up
We Need Good News and Better Research!
Over-The-Counter (OTC) Monograph Reform
Are The Odds Stacked Against Sunscreen Use?
Recent Developments in Sunscreens
Some Positive Developments in the Sun Care Industry
No Dearth of Players for the Blame Game
Spotty Developments in Sunscreens
Something's Fishy: Salmon, Congress and FDA
Approving Sun Care Ingredients: What MUsT Be Done
US Congress to POTUS: It Doesn't Have To Be This Way
Bureaucracy Burns: Squinting into the Future
The FDA Response: Obstacles and Delays
SPF Goes to Court!
The Bill Will Finally Pass, But Will The FDA?
Formulating Sunscreens With New TEA Ingredients
Air Pollution's Effect on the Skin, Part II
Air Pollution and Its Impact on Skin
Australian Study Confirms That Sunscreens Save Lives
A Forum For Sunscreen Debating Protection
We're Right In The Middle Of A Busy Sunscreen Season
May 2013: T
The Archaic TEA Process Revisited
The Evolution of Sun Care: Antioxidant Protection
Final Rule For Sunscreens Is Now In Effect
FDA Sunscreen Regulations Remains A Game of Shadows
The Wonders of Jojoba
The Dog Days of Summer
Argan Oil Miracle Ingredient?
Sun Protection Should Protect From IRA Damage
Infrared Radiation & Skin Protection
Under The Microscope, And Under The Gun?
FDA: Now You're Talking!
Finally...The Final Rule on Sunscreen Labeling
In the Sun, In the Dark
5-Star Research; Below Par Ratings
Alarmist Rumors Impact The Future Of Sunscreens
Shadows Cast on Sunscreens
A Petition to the FDA
Is The Final Monograph The New Metric System
Filtering Some Rumors Regarding Sunscreens
Amending the Monograph
Sun Protection: Another Voice Filters Through
Tanning Salons Are A Hot Topic For The Industry
Things Are Heating Up In The Sunscreen Category
Using Nanotechnology In Sun Care Formulas
Sun Protection Facts Or Fictions, Part II
Sun Protection Facts Or Fictions, Part I
The Industry's Response To The FDA's Proposed Rules