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January 1, 2019
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jdermsci.2018.04.018 Conclusion: Artificial visible light induces drastic molecular and cellular changes in normal human fibroblasts. This may impede normal cellular functions and contribute to premature skin aging. The present results extend our knowledge of the effects of the low-energy wavelengths that are increasingly used to treat skin disorders.
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J Biomed Phys Eng. 2018 Dec; 8(4): 447–452. Published online 2018 Dec 1. Abstract Since the early days of human life on the Earth, our skin has been exposed to different levels of light. Recently, due to inevitable consequences of modern life, humans are not exposed to adequate levels of natural light during the day...
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Abstract Published online 2018 Nov 3. doi: 10.3390/cells7110197 The development in digital screen technology has exponentially increased in the last decades, and many of today’s electronic devices use light-emitting diode (LED) technology producing very strong blue light (BL) waves. Long-term exposure at LED-BL seems to have an implication in the dehydration of the epidermis, in the...
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