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Sunscreen Protection

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Sunscreen Protection

Our skin is daily exposed to various damaging elements, including UVA and UVB radiation. UVA rays penetrate the connective tissue beneath the skin and damage elastin fibers, collagen fibers, cause skin pigmentation and wrinkling, as well as increase the risk of skin cancer. UVB rays cause tanning, sunburns and skin cancer. Studies have shown that exposure to the sun is one of the main causes of premature aging of the skin and changes to its condition and suppleness. In the past few years an increasing number of academic research studies have been done to check and understand the sunscreen’s effectiveness not only in preventing sun burns and skin redness but also in regards to premature aging of the skin and skin cancers. A recent research, the world-first human study to assess the impact of sunscreen at the molecular level, has shown that sunscreen creams help protect the p53 gene that is responsible for protecting our skin from cancer. Do you use sunblock products? If so, which ones and how often?

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