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The relation between sunscreen and skin pathochanges mini review

  title={The relation between sunscreen and skin pathochanges mini review},
  author={Nagib Ali Elmarzugi and Eseldin I. Keleb and Aref T. Mohamed and Yosef S. Issa and Amal M. Hamza and Ahmed A. Layla and Mohamed Abdelaal Salama and Ali M. Bentaleb},
Nowadays, cosmetic products represent the most important non food market sector for producers. Consumers are in continues demand to products for beauty, antiageing, wellness, skin care and sunscreen. Sunscreen help to protect skin from UV rays, either chemically or physically. UV rays are generally consists of three forms UVA, UVB and UVC, and excessive exposure of these radiation may lead to pigment changes, pre-cancerous, cancerous skin, wrinkles and skin aging , along with triggering other… 

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