The bottom line is that, through a variety of mechanisms, Polypodium leucotomos works to minimize visible signs of aging and harmful sun damage.
Sunlight contains many more parts than what we can see in rainbows. So, if there are so many different parts of sunlight, how do we know which parts help us and which are dangerous to our skin?
I always knew UV light put us at risk of skin cancer, but it wasn’t until I got involved in dermatology research that I learned that most of skin aging is due to UV light too. So how exactly does sun damage our skin?
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