Daily Use of a Facial Broad Spectrum Sunscreen Over One-Year Significantly Improves Clinical Evaluation of Photoaging

@article{Randhawa2016DailyUO,
  title={Daily Use of a Facial Broad Spectrum Sunscreen Over One-Year Significantly Improves Clinical Evaluation of Photoaging},
  author={Manpreet Randhawa and Steven Q. Wang and James J. Leyden and Gabriela Oana Cula and Alessandra Pagnoni and Michael D. Southall},
  journal={Dermatologic Surgery},
  year={2016},
  volume={42},
  pages={1354–1361}
}
BACKGROUND Sunscreens are known to protect from sun damage; however, their effects on the reversal of photodamage have been minimally investigated. [] Key MethodMETHODS Thirty-two subjects applied a broad spectrum photostable sunscreen (SPF 30) for 52 weeks to the entire face. Assessments were conducted through dermatologist evaluations and subjects' self-assessment at baseline and then at Weeks 12, 24, 36, and 52.
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