"What Does Photosensitivity Mean and Why Does it Matter?"
“Photosensitivity, or sensitivity to sunlight, (real or artificial) is a skin reaction to sunlight. Certain medications, foods, skin care products and other agents can cause photosensitivity, a chemically-induced change in the skin that makes it unusually sensitive to sunlight. Think of it this way: The agents that create photosensitivity contain chemicals that are "like gunpowder, and UV radiation is the match that causes the reaction to happen," explains Dr. Bruce Robinson
"Monetizing Protection in Gel Services is the Next "Big Thing!"
The methods used to measure the UVA radiation emitted from the nail lamps mitigate the amount of UVA radiation being emitted because the applicable lighting Standards (ANSI/IESNARP-27 series) are outdated. When initially written, it was believed UVB radiation was the wavelength that was the most dangerous and therefore, the Standards use UVB dominant weighting functions which subsequently, significantly suppress the presence of the UVA radiation. Even so, the nail lamps stil