New research published on 1/21/20 shows that all six of the chemical UV filters in sunscreens are absorbed through the skin and enter into the blood after one use. Dr. Olasz Harken shares her insights and thoughts about the study, as well as the future of sunscreens in the US.
Harken Derm is proud to announce its partnership with the New York Yacht Club American Magic Team. This choice by the team members is a testament to the hard work of our co-founder Dr. Edit Olasz Harken who created professional skincare products to protect the skin of athletes who compete in the toughest conditions.
Some key initiatives highlighting women-focused events were presented to us this year, and as our belief is that female participation in sailing is vital to the broader success of the sport, we are very fortunate to be in position to support women at three of these events promoting women’s participation in the sport, and they were:
Harken Derm goes around Maui, Hawaii to see their reaction to the oxybenzone and octinoxate ban of last year.
Harken Derm survives the Road To Hana, surfing, snorkeling, hiking, waterfalls, and ocean adventures with one light application per day. It says where you put it, and really is: the sunscreen that just won’t quit.
We may all not be able to participate in road side garbage clean ups, ocean side or beach clean ups, but we all have time to take a few moments in our day to access what plastics we really NEED in our lives and what products we can live without.