UV Radiation and Skin Damage
Sun energy waves can be divided according to their physiological affect on the skin as well as the depth of skin penetration.
- UVAI (340-400nm) can cause tanning but has a minimal erythemal effect. It penetrates deeply and can cause long-term damage.
- UVAII (320-340nm) has a slight erythemal effect.
- UVB (290-320nm) causes sunburn and is a major contributor to skin cancer development.
- UVC (200-290nm) is a very energetic radiation that is absorbed by the ozone layer.
In less scientific words, sun radiation penetrates the skin and causes sunburn, long-term skin damage, and possibly skin cancer.
The Protective Effects of Safe Sea Sunscreen:
The Nidaria R&D team has developed a range of topical sunscreens that reduce or eliminate the skin penetration of UV radiation.
The Safe Sea beach line includes a range of sunscreens providing low protection for daily use under the moderate sun, up to ultra protection from UVA / UVB during extreme sports, skiing and mountaineering, or on vacation on tropical beaches. All our products have been clinically tested in accordance with FDA., EU and Japanese regulations.