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Sunscreen Use Protects Rosacea Patient Autonomy
The benefits of optimal sunscreen use in rosacea are copious for symptom treatment and prevention such that their use can often prevent or limit rosacea patients' involvement with the medical and aesthetic community to their benefit.
Until such time that more genuine and comprehensive attention and treatment for rosacea is commonplace, optimal sunscreen use forestalls or avoids frequently inappropriate or deleterious "care" from ever taking place by simply preventing daylight from damaging skin.
Ideal sunscreen use is presently the ultimate in inadvertently poor treatment aversion therapy.
Flawed Sunscreen Use and Lost "Anti-Aging" Effects.
Paraben Preservatives and Sun Damage.
Author: Peter Wilson.
Reviewed: Wednesday, May 5, 2010.
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