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MOTHER AND DAUGHTER Clear UV Stick

MOTHER AND DAUGHTER Clear UV Stick

Release Date
2022.3.15
Size
15g
Brand
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER
Producer
2way world Co.
Product Type
Sunscreen
Price
¥1,760
SPF・PA
SPF50+·PA++++
UV Filter(s)
Octinoxate, Avobenzone & Parsol SLX.
DETAILS

MOTHER AND DAUGHTER Clear UV Stick is a pocket-sized Japanese sunscreen stick.

Designed for adults and kids (over 3 years old), the transparent sunscreen stick gives portable, hands-free application. A blend of 4 humectants, 8 herbs, and 3 fruit extracts cares for the skin.

Ideally suited for touching up sun protection while on the go. It glides on smoothly for clear protection without mess or stickiness.

  • For face and body.
  • Resistant to water and sweat.
  • Removable with soap.
PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

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FULL INGREDIENTS LIST

Polymethylsilsesquioxane,, isononyl isononanoate,, triethylhexanoin,, dimethicone,, synthetic wax,, ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate,, trimethylpentanediol/adipic acid/glycerin crosspolymer,, butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane,, dimethicone/vinyl dimethicone crosspolymer,, sucrose polystearate,, polysilicone-15,, alumina,, tocopherol,, ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate,, water,, butylene glycol,, dipotassium glycyrrhizate,, hyaluronic acid,, glycerin,, leontopodium alpinum flower/leaf extract,, glycyrrhiza glabra (licorice) root extract,, paeonia lactiflora root extract,, fucus vesiculosus extract,, soluble proteoglycan,, chamomilla recutita (matricaria) flower extract,, ratzillacosme.com do.not.copy,, phenoxyethanol,, aloe barbadensis leaf extract,, citric acid,, glycine soja (soybean) seed extract,, soluble collagen,, citrus aurantifolia (lime) juice,, citrus aurantium dulcis (orange) juice,, citrus medica limonum (lemon) juice,, cynara scolymus (artichoke) leaf extract,, citrus grandis fruit extract,, crataegus cuneata fruit extract,, ziziphus jujuba fruit extract,, pyrus malus (apple) fruit extract.

日本語 (JAPANESE)

マザーアンドドーター・クリアUVスティック 」の全成分:ポリメチルシルセスキオキサン、イソノナン酸イソノニル、トリエチルヘキサノイン、ジメチコン、合成ワックス、メトキシケイヒ酸エチルヘキシル、(トリメチルペンタンジオール/アジピン酸/グリセリン)クロスポリマー 、t−ブチルメトキシジベンゾイルメタン、(ジメチコン/ビニルジメチコン)クロスポリマー、ポリステアリン酸スクロース、ポリシリコーン−15、アルミナ、トコフェロール、テトラヘキシルデカン酸アスコルビル、水、BG、グリチルリチン酸2K、ヒアルロン酸Na、グリセリン、エーデルワイス花/葉エキス 、カンゾウ根エキス、シャクヤク根エキス、ヒバマタエキス、水溶性プロテオグリカン、カミツレ花エキス、フェノキシエタノール、アロエベラ葉エキス、クエン酸、ダイズ種子エキス、水溶性コラーゲン、ライム果汁、オレンジ果汁、レモン果汁、アーチチョーク葉エキス、グレープフルーツ果実エキス、サンザシエキス、ナツメ果実エキス、リンゴ果実エキス

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7 Comments on MOTHER AND DAUGHTER Clear UV Stick

  1. Hi, I saw this tweet you made: “…sunscreens are actually NOT allowed to claim they prevent skin cancer in Japan because there is no proof that they do in Japanese people.” (twitter.com/ratzillacosme/status/1456445378748837897)

    I was wondering if you could provide an official source for that?

    • These are the regulations on cosmetic advertising and labelling claims in Japan. They’re all Japanese-only.

      https://www.jcia.org/user/common/download/business/advertising/JCIA20200615_ADguide.pdf
      https://www.89ji.com/law/2987/
      https://www.89ji.com/law/2955/
      https://www.hokenkai.or.jp/iyakuhin/04-2.pdf

      Sunscreens sold in Japan (even ones imported from Europe) are only permitted to claim to 1) prevent sunburn and 2) prevent freckles/dark spots. Skin cancer is rare in Japan (and it isn’t due to sunscreen usage) so it’s a catch-22 situation.

      • As far as I can tell from the (translated) articles, it seems like sunscreen is not permitted to make medical claims since it’s a cosmetic product so any testing regarding skin cancer would be irrelevant. I assume that long-term studies about skin cancer and sunscreen usage in Japan don’t exist due to lack of necessity because of low skin cancer rates? I was hoping for studies/articles similar to Dr. Ade Adamson’s work which clearly delineated that skin cancer in Black people is not caused by sun exposure, except for Japanese or Asian subjects.

        • Even if sunscreen is categorised as a drug, it still wouldn’t be permitted to make such a claim due to lack of proof. There are no short or long-term studies on this subject in Japan due to the very low incident rate.

          Marketing research surveys by various Japanese companies on UV protection over the years all show that the majority of the public (over 80%) don’t use any sort of sun protection daily. So the common assumption in the West that Japan has such a low skin cancer rate due to the habit of using sunscreen daily is quite false.

          Incident of skin cancer in Japan has historically been the highest in Hiroshima and Nagasaki due to atomic-bomb radiation (both survivors and their descendants).

  2. I want to prevent sun damage and wrinkling around my eye area but my sunscreen always makes them sting. Would you recommend using a stick sunscreen around the eyes?

    • You’re not supposed to apply sunscreen near the eyes areas according to the product label on Japanese sunscreens. I’d recommend wearing a good pair of polarised sunglasses instead.

      • I love polarized sunglasses but I was under the impression that to get proper protection for skin around eyes you need wrap-around sun glasses, which I unfortunately find ugly AF. I was hoping stick sunscreen would be good around the eyes since it’s waxy and less likely to transfer into the eyes and sting them, but I guess it’s a lost cause. The manufacter’s warning label must be there for a reason I suppose. It’s sad there’s no great solution though because skin around eyes is so thin and wrinkles/ages easily compared to the rest of the face.

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