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Study: Sunscreen Slows Skin Aging, Even In Middle Age

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If you’re looking to prevent wrinkles, ditch those zillions of creams in your medicine cabinet. You really need to wear sunscreen, a new study says.

For the first time, science proves that daily sunscreen use significantly slows skin aging, even in middle-aged men and women. In this new study, Australian researchers report that people who apply sunscreen everyday show 24% less skin aging.

“We now have the scientific evidence to back the long-held assumption about the cosmetic value of sunscreen,” says Green. “Regular sunscreen use by young and mid-aged adults under 55 brings cosmetic benefits and also decreases the risk of skin cancer.” (source)

This study came just in time for summer and coincides with the FDA’s new sunscreen regulations:

[…]major manufacturers are now required to distinguish between which brands and products can be labeled “broad spectrum,” meaning they protect against both ultraviolet A and ultraviolet B rays. The new guidelines also mandate that products include directions to reapply regularly and prohibit brands from claiming on their labels that their sunscreens are sweatproof or waterproof. (source)

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