Photoaging: a Review of Current Literature

@article{Huang2020PhotoagingAR,
  title={Photoaging: a Review of Current Literature},
  author={Amy H. Huang and Anna L. Chien},
  journal={Current Dermatology Reports},
  year={2020},
  volume={9},
  pages={22-29}
}
Purpose of Review Photoaging, also known as extrinsic aging, consists of premature skin changes secondary to damage caused by chronic sun exposure. This review highlights epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical, and pathological features of photoaging. Recent Findings UV radiation is the central driver of photoaging. However, there is growing evidence that other environmental factors—including ambient air pollution and visible/infrared light—also play a key role. Furthermore, newer research… 
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