SPF 100 Sunscreen Offers Extra Protection
SPF 100+ sunscreen is more protective against sunburn than SPF 50+, according to a randomized, double-blind, split-face, natural sunlight exposure clinical trial published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. Joshua D. Williams, PhD, et al, performed the study of 199 healthy men and women in Vail, Colorado. Each participant wore both the SPF 50+ and SPF 100+ sunscreens simultaneously during activities. They had no restrictions on use and application other than designation of the treatment area. Blinded evaluators assessed erythema on the day following exposure.
Participants averaged 6.1 ± 1.3 hours of sun exposure. The following day, the evaluators identified 55.3 percent of the participants as more sunburned on the SPF 50+ protected side compared to 5 percent on the SPF 100+ protected side. In addition, 40.7 percent of subjects had increased erythema scores on the SPF 50+ protected side versus 13.6 percent ...
The last Posts from "Surgical Aesthetics Magazine"
- Cutera Announces Leadership Change
- Nano-Pulse Stimulation for Sebaceous Hyperplasia
- Neurotoxin Treatments and the Masseter Muscle
- Legal Issues: Informed Consent
- Microneedling Reduces Smoking- and Aging-Related Skin Wrinkles
- Cynosure Launches TempSure Surgical RF Technology
- Addona Named President of Long Island Plastic Surgical Group
- Exacerbation of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome After CAHA Injections
- University of Queensland Installs 15 Whole Body Imaging Systems For Melanoma Screening
- Fractional Laser Resurfacing Significantly Improves Appearance of Skin Grafts
- Nicotine Replacement Carries Similar Postprocedure Risks To Smoking
- Social Recruiting
- Alma acquires Medical Nova
- Galderma Launches Joint Promotions With Top Skincare Brands
- New Study Confirms Pathophysiology of Filler-Induced Blindness
- Coffee Intake Reduces Risk of Rosacea
- Profile: Urmen Desai, MD
- Merz Launches new XEOMIN “Later Haters” Campaign
- 2019 NRS Rosacea Research Grants Available
- Revance Releases Phase 3 Study Results for Toxin RT002
The headlines of Master Doctor
Blood test could detect the onset of dementia decades before symptoms are...
A new study from Washington University has found increased levels of a protein called neurofilament light chain in the blood match the speed at which the brain loses neurons...
'Major step forward' for millions of osteoarthritis patients as study...
Team led by scientists in Cambridge analysed the genomes of over 447,000 people. The research has doubled the known number of genes linked to osteoarthritis.
Faecal transplants work best when stool samples are given by 'super donors'
A study by the University of Auckland found faeces transplanted from donors with a high level - and diversity - of 'good bacteria' in their guts are most likely to be successful.
"Bombshell" BuzzFeed story asserting Trump-Russia collusion turns out to be...
Well, that didn't take long. Late last week Buzzfeed News, whose credibility had already taken a huge hit when the site decided to publish the bogus “Steele Dossier,” destroyed...
Whether you are an apple or pear depends on your genes
A study of more than 360,000 volunteers by Uppsala University found where a person stores their fat is determined by 98 points in their DNA - of which 37 are stronger in women.
Breastfeeding may protect mothers against depression in later life
The WHO recommends exclusive breastfeeding during the first six months of the baby's life, but only than a third of British mothers had tried it at all, and the figures are...
Twin baby girls were both diagnosed with a rare eye cancer just DAYS after...
Twins Ella and Eve, of Pennsylvania, were diagnosed with bilateral retinoblastoma by the time they were one-month-old. Although off chemo for now, the disease could return at...
'Shock absorber' device for the knees is giving people immobilised by...
The experimental implant, which is surgically attached to the bones above and below the knee joint, works like the suspension in a car. It is being used by five hospitals in...
World Health Organization is 'underestimating' how many people will die...
Experts from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the University of Washington say 'many millions' of people will perish by 2050 because of soaring global...
These Are the 11 Best Expert-Approved Weight-Loss Tips to Help You Crush...
Are you overwhelmed and confused by all the weight-loss advice bombarding you? Whether you're just beginning a weight-loss journey or you've been on one without success, read...