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The Vital Consequences of Choosing the Right UV-filter for the Prevention of Free Radical Boosting in UV-irradiated Skin after the Application of Self Tanning Creams: Part 2

@inproceedings{Jung2008TheVC,
  title={The Vital Consequences of Choosing the Right UV-filter for the Prevention of Free Radical Boosting in UV-irradiated Skin after the Application of Self Tanning Creams: Part 2},
  author={Katinka Jung and Simon Champ and H. Fl{\"o}sser-M{\"u}ller and M. Seifert and Th. Herrling},
  year={2008}
}
It is generally known that the Maillard reaction which is responsible for the sunless tanning is correlated with the generation of free radicals in the skin. The number of free radicals is dramatically increased by simultaneous UV exposure and results in a strong decrease of the Radical Skin Protection Factor of RSF “1.0. This decrease of the RSF is correlated with a reduction of the self protection time of the skin. A waiting time between DHA application and the beginning of the sun… 

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