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Synonyms for ultraviolet

having or employing wavelengths shorter than light but longer than X-rays

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But, the people while enjoy the glass the rich visual feeling which brings to the people, also light contamination concern and silently withstanding ultraviolet ray, the pain and the worry which brings to the people.
When you have young skin like that, it is especially vulnerable to ultraviolet rays. You are more likely to see signs of aging."
A wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses and clothing that covers your exposed skin can provide protection from the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays in sunlight.
Ozone layer is a shield around the earth which does not let the ultraviolet rays of the sun to reach on the surface of earth.
The laws prohibit anyone under 18 from using tanning booths except those who are prescribed ultraviolet rays as medical treatment, according to NCSL research.
The technology, used for years in eyeglasses, stems from an additive that's added to the lenses, which then react to the sun's ultraviolet rays. The Acuvue Oasys lenses return to their normal tint when the user moves to normal or darker lighting.
L'Oreal's battery-free UV Sense device detects harmful ultraviolet rays and changes colour to indicate levels.
"What they may not realize is that the screen of your phone reflects the ultraviolet rays emitted during an eclipse directly toward your eye, which can result in a solar burn."
The drug gets the body to create melanin, the pigment which is the body's natural protection against ultraviolet rays in sunlight.
To effectively protect your skin from the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays, it's important to know some life-saving and basic facts.
Ultraviolet rays between 380 and 400 (UVA light) is not as damaging as the ultraviolet at the lower end of the scale.
Ultraviolet rays from the sun stimulate the production of endorphins, "feel good" hormones that act on the same biological pathway as opioid drugs, research shows.
KISS MY FACE SUN CARE WITH ANTIOXIDANTS: Kiss My Face has introduced a range of sun care products that block ultraviolet rays with the use of what the company calls Antioxidant Defenders.
Over the past 40 years, far more awareness of the dangers of over-exposure to ultraviolet rays has developed.
It resists rotting and ultraviolet rays, repels water and requires little maintenance.
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