Daily Sunscreen Use “Significantly” Slows Skin Aging, Says Study
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
First human data validating the long-held notion that regular sunscreen use can help prevent skin aging publish in the Annals of Internal Medicine June 4. The Australian study found photoaging to be “significantly” less among daily sunscreen users versus a control group after four and a half years.
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