In the 1980s, UVA was touted in as the safe ray Since then science has found this ray actually does the most amount of damage to the body than UVB.
UVA is the same strength year round — it does not matter how close or how far away the sun is from the earth.
The ray remains the same strength and considered a light X ray.
It goes through light clothing, wind shields, office windows, hats, etc.
UVA shoots through the epidermis and disperses in the dermis the second layer of the skin.
The dermis is called the “true skin” and stops gleefully renewing itself around the age of 28 years.
Skin after this age is considered “mature skin”.
Damage incurred is not mended as well if at all, fair skin people look in the mirror and ask “What happened?”
UVA chemical sunblock sunscreen ingredients
Avobenzone, Parsol 1789, Dioxybenzone, Ecamsule, Menthyl Anthranilate, Meradimate Oxybenzone, benzophenone, benzophenone-3
Sulisobenzone, Titanium Dioxide, Zinc oxide /