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Ultraviolet Light, Your Skin and Hyaluronic Acid
- Jul 03, 2019 -

Using hyaluronic acid supplements may counteract the damage that ultraviolet light causes to your skin.

Ultraviolet light is one of the important factors that cause your skin aging. Even if you don't deliberately make intimate contact with the sun in daily life, the ubiquitous ultraviolet light is an invisible killer, which can cause different degrees of damage to the skin.

Ultraviolet Light, Your Skin and Hyaluronic Acid

There are four different types of UV rays. The most relevant to us is UVA and UVB.

UVA is an ultraviolet A wave that instantly darkens the skin when exposed to sunlight. It also penetrates the skin and reaches the dermis through the clouds and window glass, causing the skin to become slack and wrinkles, leading to photoaging of the skin.

UVB is an ultraviolet B wave that causes redness and inflammation of the skin after exposure to intense sunlight for several hours. Increases melanin, causing spots and freckles caused by sunburn. Multiple sunburns can also cause photoaging.

These UV rays can also cause your skin to lose hyaluronic acid, which can retain moisture and make your skin more supple. If you are exposed to UV light a lot, please consider to use take some hyaluronic acid supplements.

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