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Video: Concerning Ultraviolet Light
"Excerpt from the 1991 Royal Institution Christmas Lectures discussing chemically powerful ultraviolet (UVA, UVB) light, invisible to the human eye (although harmful to human skin and eyes), yet visible and beneficial to bees (and other species) in their search for nectar and pollen."
Video requires Apple Quicktime. Streaming file size: 18 mb.
For further information, see The Ultraviolet Garden.
For further reference, see:
Video supplied by Melbourne Dermatology used with permission.
Author: Gina Verginis.
Reviewed: Saturday, October 21, 2017.
Further Information: New — Attend SPF 50+ : De-Sensitizing Barrier Fluid SPF 50 : Silymarin Crystal Sheer Matte Tinted Daily Face Protectant SPF 50 (Discontinued) : Oil-Free Antioxidant Daily Wear Sunscreen SPF 50 : Rosacea Complete Sunscreen Set : Video: Types of Daylight (Visible, Invisible) : Sunscreens and Coneflower (Echinacea) : Video: Concerning Ultraviolet Light : Sunscreen Use Protects Rosacea Patient Autonomy : General Recommendations for Sun Protection in Rosacea Patients : Invisible Daylight Exposure Produces Dry Skin in Rosacea : Flawed Sunscreen Use and Lost "Anti-Aging" Effects : Rosacea Sunscreen SPF Updated (April 2008) : Paraben Preservatives and Sun Damage : SPF 20 Rosacea Sunscreen Inquiry : What is the best sunscreen for rosacea? : UVA (Ultraviolet A) : SPF (Sun Protection Factor) for Rosacea : Antioxidant Sunscreens :
July through October 2017