Last but not least, we also found an in-vitro made in test tubes study showing that houttuynia cordata extract had strong anti-allergic effects and could be helpful in treating skin allergies such as eczema atopic dermatitis.
Regarding Bis-Ethylhexyloxyphenol Methoxyphenyl Triazine side effects, we have good news here as well: it has a great safety profile and unlike a couple of other chemical sunscreens, Trinosorb S and M does not show estrogenic activity.
This is the best part about this.
It is super useful both for mineral sunscreens as well as for makeup products.
It's also a texturizer and thickener for oil-in-water emulsions.
The cosmetic industry is, of course, really trying to solve this problem and the best solution so far is using nanoparticles.