Sunscreen Breakthrough - A new nanotech sunscreen that binds to your skin but does not seep in! - September 2016
Sunscreen in Queensland is a way of life for most of us. Protecting your skin from the damaging UV rays of sunlight at peak times is sound preventative medicine. The challenge is, highlights Kelly Hodgkins, the same chemicals that keep you safe from the sun also seep into your skin and enter your bloodstream. The risks of this exposure are unknown, but it is enough of concern that some people would rather burn their skin than coat their body with these chemicals. Yale University dermatologist Michael Girardi is developing a new type of sunscreen, to address these concerns, that protects you from the sun while also staying on the surface of the skin, reports Scientific American.