Sunlight Can Continue Damaging Skin 3 Hours After Moving Into Shade

(Telegraph) Sunlight continues to cause damage which can trigger skin cancer long after sun worshipers have moved into the shade, a study by Yale University has found. Although many people move indoors before they feel the tell-tale sting of a sunburn, harm is still occurring for three hours afterwards. US scientists have suggested that "evening after" sunscreen containing vitamin E should be applied at night, or after tanning sessions, to prevent the ongoing dangers UV radiation. Click here to read more.

(Telegraph) Sunlight continues to cause damage which can trigger skin cancer long after sun worshipers have moved into the shade, a study by Yale University has found.
Although many people move indoors before they feel the tell-tale sting of a sunburn, harm is still occurring for three hours afterwards.
US scientists have suggested that “evening after” sunscreen containing vitamin E should be applied at night, or after tanning sessions, to prevent the ongoing dangers UV radiation. Click here to read more.

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