In U.S. News & World Report, Chief Pharmacotherapy Officer Robert Alesiani talks about how sun sensitivity can vary. He also sheds light on melanin. According to Robert, as a protective response to repeated exposures to ultraviolet light, a person’s cells produce more melanin.
The article explores factors that can make someone more sun sensitive, including certain medical conditions, medications, foods, perfumes and essential oils, and skin care products. The article also provides insight on being sun safe by covering up and using plenty of high-quality sunscreen, as examples.Share this: