The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved lysosulfate, a synthetic version of vitamin A that is approved for use in the treatment of rickets and other forms of vitamin deficiency, for use as a sunscreen ingredient in the United States.
The FDA also approved the drug’s manufacturer for approval of a lyssulfate sunscreen formulation.
Lysosol, which is used in the formulation as a topical preparation, is not approved by the FDA for use by the general public, but it is marketed as a sunscreens ingredient in U.K. drugstores.
The FDA approved the lys sulfate formulation of the lis sulfate formula in May 2016, and it was available for purchase in the U.k. from August 2016 until December 2017.
The product contains a mix of lysophosphoric acid and lysoxybenzene, which have been used in sunscreen formulas for more than 50 years.
A sunscreen ingredient that is used for sun protection is an ingredient that has been tested and approved for widespread use by a panel of experts, according to the U