As if this photo isn’t shocking enough to get you to put on more sunscreen, you’re also probably wondering about the history of this individual’s sun exposure. Well, the patient is a 69-year-old man who has been driving a truck for 28 years. Therefore, his left “driving” side was significantly more exposed to both UVA and UVB rays than the right side of his face. Unfortunately, the patient experienced much more sagging and wrinkling on the left side of his face, commonly known as photoaging. As a result, the dermatologist who reported this case stressed the importance of wearing broad spectrum sunscreen since UVA rays can penetrate through glass.
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