Few face creams block UV-A1
from Cosmetic Surgery Times via Modern Medicine
A review of popular facial creams has found that few provide the UV protection to which they make claim, MedPage Today reports. The review was conducted by researchers at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, here, and at Henry Ford hospital in Detroit. They looked at 29 best-selling daily facial creams. Researchers found that regardless of their cost, popularity or sun protection factor (SPF), most creams provide inadequate or no protection against photoaging from UV-A1 radiation.
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