Ultraviolet, found in 10% of sunlight is a spectrum of wavelength between the visible light and X-rays.
With an aim to find a potential compound for the treatment of chronic ultraviolet B irradiation-induced skin damage, researchers examined the effects of turmeric on chronic ultraviolet B (UVB)-irradiated skin damage.
In low-dose ultraviolet B irradiation in melanin-possessing hairless mice, extract (at 300 or 1000 mg/kg, twice daily) exerted a significant skin protective activity by preventing an increase in skin thickness and a reduction in skin elasticity.
Furthermore, the extract also prevented the formation of wrinkles and melanin (at 1000 mg/kg, twice daily) and protected the skin by increasing the diameter and length of skin blood vessels.
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(1) Effects of a turmeric extract (Curcuma longa) on chronic ultraviolet B irradiation-induced skin damage in melanin-possessing hairless mice by Sumiyoshi M1, Kimura Y. (PubMed)
(2) Protective effect of curcumin against ultraviolet A irradiation-induced photoaging in human dermal fibroblasts by Xiaoming Liu,1 Ruizhi Zhang,1 Haixia Shi,1 Xiaobo Li,2,5 Yanhong Li,3 Ahmad Taha,4 and Chunxing Xu. (PMC)