An active compound (SH-401), was isolated from of the Rhus coriaria, which fruit was used as a known spice. It was shown to block UVA & UVB, and has a high antioxidant capacity.

About

Dr. Cohen and Dr Adar have isolated a novel colorless sun blocker compound. The compound, SH-401, is purified from Rhus coriaria (commonly called Sicilian sumac), an edible plant that is used as a spice.
SH-401 was shown to:
1. Be safe and to attenuate UVB-induced damage
2. Attenuate UVB-induced inflammation
3. Attenuate UVB-induced DNA damage
4. High SPF performance (compared to synthetic traditional sunscreens)
5. Rejuvenate the skin ECM

Key Benefits

SH-401 was shown to:
1. Be safe and to attenuate UVB-induced damage
2. Attenuate UVB-induced inflammation
3. Attenuate UVB-induced DNA damage
4. High SPF performance (compared to synthetic traditional sunscreens)
5. Rejuvenate the skin ECM

Applications

• Skin Care
• Sun blocker

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