Physician-Led Nanodermatology Society Endorses Nano-Sunscreens
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
With the summer months looming, the Nanodermatology Society announces findings from its scientific literature review, maintaining that nanotechnology in sunscreen products poses no serious health risks to consumers – certainly not in proportion to the dangers of unprotected sun exposure.
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