May 28, 2023

Red Light Therapy for Sunburn

After a long winter of rolling lockdowns and being shut off from the rest of the world, we can't wait for summer. So as we prepare to bask in the sun and enjoy the hazy days ahead, let us not forget that sun protection is something we should not take lightly. Getting too much sun is the primary cause of skin cancer and early aging (photoaging). The most recent studies show that it is responsible for 80% of the visible signs of aging. Even if you've never had a sunburn before, you should still be wary of prolonged exposure to the sun because it might cause premature aging.

Sunburn is a common problem that affects people of all ages, and it can be painful and uncomfortable. Apart from that, one might face other photoaging effects, such as wrinkles, sun spots, and skin tone loss. Preventing sun damage is easier and cheaper than trying to repair it.

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