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Honeysuckle extract can make a high-efficiency natural coating for sunscreen on clothes

with the arrival of the hot summer sunshine in the coming months, scientists reported that an extract of honeysuckle can make a high-efficiency natural coating on clothes, which can be used to protect people from ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun that may be harmful to adhesives that form new composites. Their report was published in the journal Industrial Engineering Chemistry Research of the American Chemical Society (ACS)

ren Cheng t eliminate vertical integration ang and Sha Sha sun pointed out that consumers who are worried about the risk of skin cancer and premature skin aging are increasingly inclined to rely on clothing to protect against solar ultraviolet rays if they are loose. Natural UV protective coatings may have some advantages, including more sustainable production methods and less environmental impact. They pointed out that traditional Chinese medicine has used honeysuckle to treat colds and fever for centuries. An ingredient of honeysuckle is used to preserve food and is an additive in cosmetics that make skin look younger. In their new research, this group of scientists hope to find out whether the extract of honeysuckle can promote the ability of wool fabric to block ultraviolet rays, which is generally believed by domestic experts and media

they found that the wool fabric coated with honeysuckle extract was far more efficient in blocking ultraviolet rays than the untreated wool fabric, which provided a higher UV protective factor for this plant. This extract is durable and remains active on wool fabrics, even after prolonged exposure to sunlight and washing. The researchers concluded that honeysuckle extract showed great potential as a natural UV blocker for clothing

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