Could emerging skin microbiome-modulating natural ingredients be skin care products' kryptonite?

Various studies have shown that blue light doesn't appear to be capable of causing sunburn or skin cancer as UV can. In some instances, blue light can even be beneficial to our skin – but only in controlled ways. Although it may not lead to more serious skin concerns, blue light still has degenerati...

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