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Are you a business owner looking to expand your product line and offer your customers high-quality sunscreen products? Look no further than Zicail’s Private Label Sunscreen!

As experts in the skincare industry, we offer a range of customizable private-label sunscreen products to help you meet the needs of your unique customer base. With a focus on quality and safety, you can trust that our formulations are backed by science and are free from harmful ingredients.

Plus, with a team of dedicated professionals to support you every step of the way, you can feel confident that you’ll receive the guidance and resources you need to make your private-label sunscreen venture a success.

So why wait? Take your business to the next level with our private-label sunscreen products and trust experts to help your business succeed.

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Sunscreen Product Form

Sunscreen Lotion

This is perhaps the most common form of sunscreen, with a texture that is usually light and easy to apply. Sunscreen lotions come in a variety of formulations, from water-resistant to hypoallergenic, and are suitable for most skin types.

Sunscreen Cream

Similar to sunscreen lotion, sunscreen cream has a thicker consistency and may provide more moisturizing benefits. It’s a great option for those with dry or sensitive skin, as it tends to be less irritating. Whether spending the day outside or just going about a normal routine, sunscreen cream is a great way to keep the skin healthy and happy.

Sunscreen Spray

Sunscreen spray is a convenient option for those who want a quick and easy application. It’s ideal for outdoor activities, as it provides even coverage and can be applied to hard-to-reach areas. However, it’s important to note that spray sunscreen can be inhaled, so it’s important to apply it in a well-ventilated area.

Sunscreen Gel

Sunscreen gel has a lightweight, non-greasy texture that is ideal for those with oily or acne-prone skin. It’s quickly absorbed into the skin and doesn’t leave a residue, making it a great option for everyday use. With Zicail’s sunscreen gel, you can enjoy the benefits of effective sun protection without having to worry about a heavy or greasy feeling on the skin.

Sunscreen Oil

Sunscreen oil is a luxurious option that provides a natural-looking sheen to the skin. It’s ideal for those with dry or mature skin, as it provides extra hydration and nourishment. However, it’s important to note that sunscreen oil may not provide as much sun protection as other forms of sunscreen, so it’s important to choose a product with a high SPF.

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Sunscreen for Different Skin Types

Sunscreen for Oily Skin

If you have oily skin, look for a sunscreen lotion that is oil-free or labeled as “non-comedogenic,” which means it won’t clog the pores. A lightweight sunscreen lotion or gel with a matte finish is ideal for oily skin types, as it won’t leave a greasy residue. Look for products with zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, which are mineral sunscreens that won’t exacerbate oil production.

Sunscreen for Sensitive Skin

Over 50% of people with eczema report that sunscreen products irritate their skin, according to a survey by the National Eczema Association. This highlights the importance of choosing a sunscreen specifically designed for sensitive skin types. It’s estimated that up to 50% of the population may have sensitive skin, making it crucial to use a gentle sunscreen lotion that won’t cause irritation or redness.

Sunscreen for Dry Skin

For those with dry skin, a sunscreen lotion with added moisturizing properties is ideal. Look for products that contain ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, glycerin, or ceramides to provide extra hydration. Cream-based sunscreens are also preferable to lotions or gels, as they provide a more nourishing and moisturizing effect. Don’t let dry skin ruin the fun in the sun – moisturizing sunscreen is the secret weapon.

Sunscreen for Acne-Prone Skin

If you have acne-prone skin, look for a sunscreen lotion that is oil-free and non-comedogenic. Products that contain salicylic acid or niacinamide can also help to control breakouts. Protecting skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays is important, but so is finding a sunscreen that won’t aggravate acne. At Zicail, we have you covered with our acne-friendly sunscreen options.

Sunscreen for Brown Skin

For those with darker skin tones, look for a sunscreen lotion that won’t leave a white cast or ashy residue. Look for products that contain antioxidants, such as vitamin C or E, to protect against sun damage and hyperpigmentation. Chemical-based sunscreens are ideal for brown skin types, as they provide more even coverage without leaving a visible residue.

Why Sunscreen is Important

Protects Against Skin Cancer

Sunscreen helps protect the skin from the harmful UV rays that can cause skin cancer. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer nationwide, with 1.6 million new cases reported in 2015. For every 100,000 people, 22 new melanomas of the skin were reported, with two of the 22 cases resulting in death, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports.

Prevents Premature Aging

Exposure to the sun’s UV rays can cause premature aging, including wrinkles, fine lines, and age spots. Wearing sunscreen daily can help prevent these signs of aging and keep the skin looking youthful. Remember, the sun is one of the biggest culprits when it comes to premature aging – protect skin with sunscreen.

Reduces Risk of Sunburn

Sunburn can be painful and uncomfortable, and it can increase the risk of developing skin cancer. Applying sunscreen regularly can help prevent sunburn and protect the skin from damage. At Zicail, we understand the importance of sun protection, and we are committed to providing high-quality, effective sunscreen products for all skin types.

Provides Year-Round Protection

Dr. Jennifer Lucas, MD, a dermatologist at Cleveland Clinic, said people should get into the habit of applying sunscreen every day, even when it’s cloudy outside. Even on cloudy or overcast days, the sun’s UV rays can still penetrate the skin and cause damage. Wearing sunscreen year-round can help protect the skin from sun damage, no matter the weather.

Maintains Even Skin Tone

Sun exposure can cause uneven skin tone, including hyperpigmentation and dark spots. Wearing sunscreen can help maintain an even skin tone and prevent these types of discoloration.

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How Sunscreen is Made

Formulation

The first step in sunscreen manufacturing is to develop a formula that provides effective sun protection. This involves selecting and blending active ingredients such as zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, along with other ingredients such as emollients, thickeners, and preservatives. The formulation is carefully designed to provide the desired level of sun protection while also achieving the desired texture, feel, and appearance.

Mixing

Once the formula is developed, it’s mixed together using specialized equipment such as high-speed mixers, homogenizers, or colloid mills. The mixture is heated to a specific temperature to ensure that all ingredients are properly melted and blended.

Cooling

After the mixture is thoroughly mixed, it’s cooled down to a specific temperature. This is important to ensure that the mixture sets correctly and the desired consistency is achieved.

Homogenization

After the mixture has been cooled, it’s homogenized to ensure that all the ingredients are thoroughly combined. This involves passing the mixture through a high-pressure homogenizer that breaks down any remaining clumps or particles.

Testing

Once the mixture is homogenized, it’s tested to ensure that it meets the desired specifications for sun protection, texture, and other factors. This may involve testing for SPF, water resistance, and other properties. At Zicail, we have a rigorous testing process in place to ensure that every batch of sunscreen meets our high standards for quality and effectiveness.

Filling and Packaging

Once sunscreen passes all necessary tests, it’s filled into containers such as bottles, tubes, or spray cans. The containers are then labeled and packaged for distribution. Once sunscreen has gotten the green light, it’s ready to be packaged up and sent out into the world.

Quality Control

Throughout the manufacturing process, quality control checks are performed to ensure that the sunscreen meets all necessary safety and quality standards. An example of it is microbiological testing. During the manufacturing process, microbiological testing is performed to ensure that sunscreen is free from harmful microorganisms that could cause skin irritation or infection.

Sunscreen Formulas

Mineral Sunscreen

Also known as physical or inorganic sunscreen, mineral sunscreen contains active ingredients such as zinc oxide or titanium dioxide that sit on top of the skin and reflect UV rays away from the skin. Mineral sunscreens are generally considered safe and effective for all skin types, including sensitive skin.

Zinc Oxide Sunscreen

Zinc oxide is a mineral ingredient that is commonly used in sunscreen formulations. It provides broad-spectrum protection against both UVA and UVB rays, making it an effective option for sun protection. Zinc oxide sunscreen is also generally considered safe for all skin types.

Oil-Free Sunscreen

Oil-free sunscreen is a lightweight formula that is ideal for those with oily or acne-prone skin. It provides sun protection without clogging pores or exacerbating oil production. At Zicail, we offer a range of oil-free sunscreen products that are specifically designed to provide effective sun protection for those with oily or acne-prone skin.

Titanium Dioxide Sunscreen

According to an article by the American Academy of Dermatology, Titanium dioxide is a mineral ingredient commonly used in sunscreen, providing broad-spectrum protection against UVA and UVB rays. It’s considered safe for all skin types and is typically used in concentrations of 2-10% in sunscreen formulations. Like zinc oxide, it is a mineral ingredient that works by reflecting UV rays away from the skin.

Retinol Sunscreen

Retinol is a popular skincare ingredient that is known for its anti-aging properties. Some sunscreen formulas contain retinol, which can help improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while also providing sun protection.

Iron oxide Sunscreen

Iron oxide is a mineral ingredient that is sometimes added to sunscreen formulas to provide additional protection against visible light, which can contribute to skin aging and hyperpigmentation.

Unscented Sunscreen

Unscented sunscreen is a fragrance-free formula that is ideal for those with sensitive skin or those who prefer to avoid added fragrances in their skincare products. For individuals with sensitive skin, finding a sunscreen that doesn’t irritate can be a challenge, but unscented sunscreen can be a game changer.

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Sunscreen Functions

Whitening Sunscreen

Whitening Sunscreen

Anti-aging Sunscreen

Anti-aging Sunscreen

Tinted Sunscreen

Tinted Sunscreen

Tanning Sunscreen

Tanning sunscreens are designed to enhance the tanning process by promoting the production of melanin in the skin. These sunscreens often contain ingredients like tyrosine, which is believed to stimulate melanin production, as well as natural oils that can help to moisturize and nourish the skin while tanning.

Whitening Sunscreen

As someone who is passionate about taking care of my skin, I know how important it is to use products that can help brighten and even out my skin tone. Whitening sunscreens are designed to brighten and even out the skin tone while also providing sun protection. These sunscreens often contain ingredients like vitamin C or niacinamide, which can help to reduce the appearance of dark spots and hyperpigmentation.

Anti-aging Sunscreen

Anti-aging sunscreens are designed to not only protect the skin from sun damage but also to help prevent and reduce the signs of aging, such as fine lines and wrinkles. These sunscreens often contain ingredients like antioxidants, peptides, and hyaluronic acid, which can help to boost collagen production and promote skin elasticity.

Tinted Sunscreen

Tinted sunscreens are designed to provide both sun protection and a natural-looking tint to the skin. It also provides a more lightweight and breathable alternative to traditional foundations. Zicail offers a range of tinted sunscreens that provide both sun protection and a natural-looking tint to the skin. Our tinted sunscreens are formulated with iron oxide pigments that help to even out the skin tone and provide a natural-looking glow.

Sunscreen Degrees

SPF 50 Sunscreen

SPF 50 sunscreen is a high-SPF formula that provides excellent sun protection. It blocks approximately 98% of UVB rays, which means you can stay in the sun 50 times longer than you could without protection before getting a sunburn. At Zicail, we offer a range of high-quality SPF 50 sunscreens that are perfect for protecting skin and are formulated with the latest technology to ensure maximum protection and long-lasting coverage.

SPF 30 Sunscreen

SPF 30 sunscreen is a medium-SPF formula that also provides good sun protection. It blocks approximately 97% of UVB rays, which means you can stay in the sun 30 times longer than you could without protection before getting a sunburn. Whether you’re headed to work or out for a quick walk, SPF 30 sunscreen is a must-have in your daily routine.

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Types of Sunscreen

Scalp Sunscreen

Scalp sunscreen is a specially formulated sunscreen that is designed to be applied to the scalp to protect it from the sun’s harmful rays. This type of sunscreen is ideal for those with thinning hair or bald spots, as the scalp is particularly vulnerable to sun damage.

Sun Protection for Face

Sun protection for the face is another type of sunscreen that is specifically formulated to be used on the face. This type of sunscreen is often lightweight and non-greasy, making it ideal for use under makeup or as a standalone product. Some sunscreens for the face also contain antioxidants and other anti-aging ingredients to help protect the skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Hair Sunscreen

According to a 2019 studyTrusted Source, UV rays can damage hair just like the skin, potentially even damaging the hair follicle. Hair sunscreen is a type of sunscreen that is designed to protect the hair from the sun’s harmful rays. While sun protection factor (SPF) for the face and body is key, there may be another area that needs a little extra love: the head.

Lip Sunscreen

Lip sunscreen is a type of sunscreen that is specifically formulated to protect the delicate skin on the lips from the sun’s harmful rays. This type of sunscreen often contains moisturizing ingredients to help prevent chapping and dryness. If looking for lip sunscreen that will keep the lips soft, smooth, and safe from the sun’s harmful rays, look no further than Zicail.

Hand Sunscreen

Hand sunscreen is a type of sunscreen that is designed to be applied to the hands to protect them from the sun’s harmful rays. This type of sunscreen often contains moisturizing ingredients to help keep the hands soft and smooth.

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Waterproof Sunscreen

Waterproof sunscreen is a special type of sunscreen that is designed to stay on the skin even when it gets wet, such as when swimming or sweating. This type of sunscreen is ideal for those who are participating in water sports or other activities where they are likely to get wet. Ditch the worry and enjoy the water with waterproof sunscreen.

Pregnancy Safe Sunscreen

Pregnancy-safe sunscreen is a type of sunscreen that is specially formulated to be safe for use during pregnancy. This type of sunscreen often contains ingredients that are considered safe for use during pregnancy, such as zinc oxide or titanium dioxide. At Zicail we offer a range of pregnancy-safe sunscreens that are specially formulated with gentle, non-irritating ingredients that are safe for use during pregnancy.

7 Considerations When Buying Sunscreen

#1 SPF Level

Look for a sunscreen with a high SPF level to ensure adequate sun protection for your employees or customers. The American Academy of Dermatology recommends using sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30.

#2 Broad-Spectrum Protection

Make sure the sunscreen you choose provides broad-spectrum protection against both UVA and UVB rays to protect against sunburn and skin cancer.

#3 Water Resistance

If your business involves activities that may cause sweating or water exposure, look for a water-resistant sunscreen to ensure it stays on the skin and provides adequate protection.

#4 Skin Type

When selecting sunscreen for your employees or customers, consider their skin type to ensure the best protection and comfort. For example, for sensitive skin, choose sunscreens labeled “for sensitive skin” or “gentle” with mineral-based ingredients like zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, which are less likely to cause irritation or allergic reactions. And for oily skin, look for oil-free and non-comedogenic sunscreens.

#5 Fragrance-Free Options

If you have customers or employees who may have sensitivities to fragrances, consider choosing fragrance-free sunscreen. It’s always better to be safe than sorry, especially when it comes to choosing the right sunscreen.

#6 Packaging

Choose a packaging option that is convenient and easy to use for your employees or customers. Consider options such as spray bottles or pump dispensers for easy application.

#7 Brand Reputation

Look for sunscreens from reputable brands with a history of producing effective and safe products. At Zicail, we take pride in our commitment to quality and safety in all of our sunscreen products. Our brand has a long-standing reputation for producing effective and reliable sunscreens that are trusted by customers around the world.

About Us

Our Factory

Our modern, cutting-edge factory plays a crucial role in the production of our high-quality skincare and cosmetic products. With a focus on innovation and strict quality control measures, we ensure the excellence of our products every step of the way. To take a closer look at our manufacturing facility and processes, visit the Our Factory page.

Our Innovative R&D Labs:

Our research and development (R&D) labs are dedicated to creating the most effective and innovative skincare and cosmetic formulations. Our team of experienced scientists and industry experts work tirelessly to develop groundbreaking products that cater to our customers’ unique needs. Explore more about our R&D labs and the latest innovations by visiting the R&D Labs page.

Our Services

Discover the range of services we offer, including personalized skincare consultations, sample development, packaging design, production, quality assurance, global shipping, and marketing support. Discover the range of services we offer and find the perfect solution for your needs.

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Answers at Your Fingertips

What is the difference between chemical and physical sunscreen?

Chemical sunscreens work by absorbing UV rays and converting them into heat, while physical sunscreens work by reflecting UV rays away from the skin. Chemical sunscreens typically have a thinner consistency and are easier to blend into the skin, while physical sunscreens may leave a white cast on the skin. As a sunscreen manufacturer, Zicail offers both chemical and physical sunscreens to meet the unique needs and preferences of our customers.

What is the difference between SPF 30 and SPF 50 sunscreen?

SPF 30 sunscreen blocks approximately 97% of UVB rays, while SPF 50 sunscreen blocks approximately 98% of UVB rays. While SPF 50 provides slightly more protection than SPF 30, both offer effective sun protection when applied correctly and reapplied regularly.

Can sunscreen expire?

Yes, sunscreen can expire. Most sunscreens have a shelf life of about three years, after which they may become less effective or lose their protective qualities. It’s important to check the expiration date on your sunscreen and replace it if it has expired.

What is the difference between water-resistant and waterproof sunscreen?

Water-resistant sunscreen is designed to maintain its SPF for a certain amount of time, typically 40 or 80 minutes when exposed to water or sweat. Waterproof sunscreen, on the other hand, is designed to stay on the skin even when exposed to water or sweat. However, no sunscreen is completely waterproof or sweatproof, and it’s important to reapply sunscreen regularly, especially after swimming or sweating. Remember, when it comes to enjoying the great outdoors, having the right sunscreen is crucial.

What is the recommended amount of sunscreen to apply?

The American Academy of Dermatology recommends using about one ounce of sunscreen (enough to fill a shot glass) to cover the exposed areas of the body. It’s important to apply sunscreen generously and evenly, and to reapply it at least every two hours, or more often if swimming or sweating.

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