Going beyond UV to protect the skin
Infrared radiation (IR) is electromagnetic radiation with longer wavelengths than visible light, therefore rendering it invisible to the human eye. While IR is not visible, it is extremely prevalent in daily life, with 54% of the sun’s radiation being IR. The large percentage of IR rays that are emitted and enter a person’s skin is concerning, especially if one does not know how harmful it can be. Therefore, it is important to research this and look at the potential damage that may occur.
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