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Incidental Sun Damage Solutions

Incidental sun damage is the environmental factor that causes the greatest amount of aging for our skin. Think about it. Two seconds here. Ten seconds there. Twenty minutes while driving to work in your car can actually give you a sunburn if you don’t cover up or wear sunscreen to protect your skin from UVA and UVB exposure.

Beauty-conscious drivers, who are already choosing cars with windows that block ultraviolet rays to prevent a sunburn and resulting incidental sun damage, will soon be able to avoid developing wrinkles as well, according to a glass manufacturing company, Nippon Sheet Glass.  

It’s the ultimate incidental sun damage solution: a special glass for cars, trucks, SUV’s and crossovers that can block not only short-wavelength UVB rays, which burn the skin’s surface, but also long-wavelength UVA rays, which damage deeper parts underneath the skin and cause aging. This revolutionary anti aging car window glass can help you prevent wrinkles. 

“This is definitely breakthrough technology because prevention of exposure to UVA and UVB rays will protect your skin from burning, premature aging, and skin cancer,” says Louis Silberman, CEO, National Laser Institute Med Spa.

Incidental Sun Damage Solutions

The market for anti-ultraviolet ray glass has doubled each year over the last five years. That type of window glass is currently used in about half of all new cars. This revolutionary glass will likely be mainstream by 2020.  

While you should always wear sunscreen rain or shine to prevent UVA and UVB damage to your skin, the next time you are in the market for a new car, consider this new material as an added measure to help prevent aging and wrinkles caused by ultraviolet rays.

We invite you to reverse the signs of UVA and UVB exposure your skin may have due to incidental sun damage. Visit the National Laser Institute for deeply discounted rates on treatments or receive your treatment at the National Laser Institute Med Spa by the experts that teach doctors, nurses and laser technicians privately. The National Laser Institute Med Spa offers complimentary consultations. Call 800.851.0969 or click here for your free consultation with one of our skincare experts.

Louis J. Silberman is the CEO and Co-Founder of National Laser Institute, the pioneer of the medical aesthetics training industry and one of the largest educators in the country.