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The sun’s ultraviolet rays can be an excellent way to help you keep your skin hydrated, according to a study published in the journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.
The study found that when people took a bath in the sun, the ultraviolet rays from the sun helped the skin retain water and produce more hydration.
This was the case even though they also received an increase in skin surface area.
The results were consistent across all ages, races and ethnicities, according the study.
The research team, led by Dr. William W. Pate, professor of dermatology at The Cleveland Clinic, compared the skin hydration of people who took a sun bath on their faces and those who did not.
The participants were divided into three groups: those who took the sun bath in a room with no mirrors, those who washed their faces in a bathroom and those that washed their face in a sun-filled room.
Dr. Page said that the research showed that bathing in the sunshine was more effective at maintaining skin hydrate than using a mirror or shower.
“We did not see any difference in the rate of hydration or in the skin’s overall hydration in the sunscreen-shower group, but we did see a slight difference in skin tone in the participants that washed and scrubbed their faces,” Dr. Pue said.
“In a shower, you get a lot of water.
But in a bath, you don’t get a shower.
So it doesn’t matter if you have a mirror in your bathroom, or a shower in your house, the same basic idea is the same, is to be hydrated,” Dr Pate said.
While this is an important discovery, Dr. W.
Pate said there were a few caveats.
“First of all, this study has only been done in a few places and in a short period of time.
The researchers are not sure if the sun rays from other sources are being used as a comparator or not,” he said.
The second caveat was that there are no studies on sunscreen-shielding in the United States.
“That’s not what we are interested in,” he added.
“So the first caveat is that we are not comparing sunscreen to the sun.
We are comparing sunscreen with other things,” he explained.”
This study is the first to look at sun-shield effectiveness in the USA.
So we’re looking at a sunscreen that can help people avoid sunburn and other skin issues,” Dr W.R. said.
Sun protection measures have been used to help people reduce the risk of sunburn in the past, and in recent years, some of the latest research has shown that sun protection may help prevent skin cancer.
For example, a recent study found people who were exposed to a tanning bed had a 40 percent lower risk of developing melanoma than those who were not exposed to the tanning beds.
The sun’s UV rays can penetrate the skin and leave behind a tan layer, which can damage the skin.
Dr W.A. also noted that it’s important to remember that the sun does not cause sunburn, and that skin protection measures do not guarantee sun protection.
“The sun doesn’t cause sunstroke.
So people can still protect themselves,” Dr D.P. said, “but they can’t guarantee that they’re going to protect themselves in the future.”
Dr. WATE, who is a physician, is a dermatologist at the Cleveland Clinic and an adjunct professor of clinical medicine at the University of Michigan.
He was not involved in the research.