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Now, you must try to used sunblock, if you do not want to get horrible skin like this

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Now, you must try to used sunblock, if you do not want to get horrible skin like thisNow, you must try to used sunblock, if you do not want to get horrible skin like this

News24xx.com -  We know that we should wear sunblock when we are sunbathing on the beach - but just few of us that use it as a part of our skincare.

This is makes our face will get exposed from UV rays throughout the year, regardless from the weather. However, everyone should be concerned with the health of skin, if you do not want to regret later.

A shocking photograph of a truck driver is proof that we really need to pay more attention about the effects of the sun on our skin.


Published in the New England Journal of Medicine, a 69-year-old man's photo shows how much older one side of his face than the others. Upon examination, the left side of his face was found to have signs of 'consistent with Favre-Racouchot syndrome on his skin, known as dermatoheliosis'.

For 28 years, the truck driver had his left side get exposed of UVA rays that transmitted through his window - while his right side was closed and relatively unharmed.


And it makes the skin on the left side being thicker (a process that called as unilateral dermatoheliosis). UVA rays are able to penetrate through glass windows and clouds and chronic exposure can cause damage to the elastic fibers of the skin - which explains deep wrinkles.


Unfortunately, it is almost impossible to avoid of UVA rays, according to Skincancer.org, it's make up 95% of UV radiation reaching the Earth's surface.


In addition to skin aging, they also carry the risk of skin cancer, due to DNA breakdown and direct toxicity.

So it's important to used suncream, even it's cloudy. As for a truck driver, it is recommended to start to using topical retinoids, sunscreen and regularly to check for signs of skin cancer.

 

 

 

 

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