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CLINICAL EVIDENCE SHOWS LONG-TERM BENEFICIAL EFFECTS OF FLORAGLO ® LUTEIN ON HUMAN SKIN

@inproceedings{Dana2012CLINICALES,
  title={CLINICAL EVIDENCE SHOWS LONG-TERM BENEFICIAL EFFECTS OF FLORAGLO ® LUTEIN ON HUMAN SKIN},
  author={S. Dana and J. Green and R. Roberts},
  year={2012}
}
Signs of premature skin aging caused by a lifetime of damaging environmental exposure can appear in the form of wrinkles, dryness, sagging, discoloration, and cancers of the skin (1-4). While sun-induced UV damage is believed to be the primary culprit, certain wavelengths of visible light can also penetrate deeper into the skin and produce irreversible damage (3-5). Antioxidants naturally present in human skin provide some protection from environmental assault; however, the protective capacity… Expand
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