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Protection from UV light may help reduce wrinkles

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Uploaded on Jul 7, 2009

Skin is subject to two types of aging: intrinsic and photo. Photo aging applies to parts of the body regularly exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light from the sun. "Simple preventative measures like shade and sunscreen may help prevent or delay fine lines and wrinkles," says Washington University School of Medicine dermatologist Dr. Lynn Cornelius. Retinoids, vitamin A derivatives available by prescription, may help restore elasticity to wrinkled skin for some patients.

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