PABA


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AcronymDefinition
PABAPara-Aminobenzoic Acid (CAS Number 150-13-0)
PABAPan-Asian Boxing Association
PABAPortland Area Business Association (Portland, OR)
PABAPhilippine American Bar Association (Los Angeles, CA)
PABAProcess Algebra-Based Approach
PABAPakistan American Business Association (est. 1986)
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Twenty white skinned patients with a history of skin cancer who in the previous 12 months had been applying PABA sunscreen (SPF not stated) on sun exposed parts of the body before going outdoors were compared with 20 healthy controls (similar age and exposure but did not use sunscreens).
Ana UVB Koruyuculari: PABA, sinnamatlar, salisilatlar, benzofenon, benzimidazoller ve kamfor bilesikleri ve yeni bazi urunler (4,6,7,13,22).
EVERYDAY FACE is PABA, Padimate O, Oxybenzone and Fragrance Free and is available in a convenient handbag size 75gm tube (cream).
Use a lip moisturizer with PABA, zinc oxide, or titanium dioxide for the best protection against cold sores.
PABA (para-aminobenzoic acid) has caused allergic reactions, and padimate-O and parsol 1789 (avobenzone) have the potential to damage DNA.
Some people are sensitive to PABA (para-aminobenzoic acid), a common ingredient in sunscreens.
Supposedly, the PABA was not "truly" pro-life because it would not have protected all children in the womb.
1) reported on the in vitro and in vivo "estrogenicity" of six ultraviolet (UV) filters: benzophenone-3 (Bp-3), homosalate (HMS), 4-methyl-benzylidene camphor (4-MBC), octyl-methoxycinnamate (OMC), octyl-dimethyl PABA (OD-PABA), and butyl-methoxydibenzoylmethane (BMDM).
Each towelette, which is dermatologist tested and approved, is free of alcohol and PABA (para-aminobenzoic acid, used in dyes and most sunscreens).
The sunscreens and sunblocks mentioned here protect against both UVA and UVB rays, and most do not contain the potentially allergy-inducing, synthetic PABA.
Further, the true risks are sometimes only fully understood years after initial commercialization, with examples such as PABA still too recent to be ignored.