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  • n. photochemical damage

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Examples

  • Long-term exposure to the sun causes physical and structural changes to the skin that result in "photodamage", said the researchers writing in the journal Archives of Dermatology.

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  • Efficient excitation 5600 times less energy than a confocal, one million times less than a two-photon scope to minimize bleaching and photodamage

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  • Phototherapy, using UVB light to treat psoriasis inflammation, is still used, although it does have side effects of photodamage and an increased risk of skin cancer.

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  • Penetrating Therapeutics™ technologies, Obagi Medical's products are designed to improve penetration of agents across the skin barrier for common and visible skin conditions in adult skin including premature aging, photodamage, hyperpigmentation irregular or patchy discoloration of the skin, acne, sun damage, rosacea, and soft tissue deficits, such as fine lines and wrinkles.

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  • Using its Penetrating Therapeutics™ technologies, Obagi Medical's products are designed to improve penetration of agents across the skin barrier for common and visible skin conditions in adult skin including premature aging, photodamage, hyperpigmentation irregular or patchy discoloration of the skin, acne, sun damage, rosacea, and soft tissue deficits, such as fine lines and wrinkles.

  • Besides the 'typical' sign of skin aging, which is fine wrinkles, there is also photodamage which comes from exposure to the sun.

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  • But other factors associated with higher skin aging and photodamage were a history of skin cancer, heavier weight, and smoking.

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  • But alcohol consumption, surprisingly perhaps, was linked to lower photodamage scores.

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  • Then skin aging was assessed, using a photodamage score covering characteristics like extent of wrinkling and number of pigmented spots.

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  • Multiphoton microscopy has several advantages over confocal and traditional fluorescence microscopy, including decreased out of focus photodamage, increased imaging depths and intrinsic optical sectioning

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