How the Sun Sees You

Daily sunscreen application is one of those rules often preached but commonly abandoned. Its resulting effects, while not immediately visible to the naked eye, can be drastic. Artist Thomas Leveritt took to the streets of Manhattan with a UV light to show passerby the underlying damage to their skin, and the resulting video is enough to keep you reapplying SPF for life. Not surprisingly, children and those with naturally darker complexions showed little to no signs of sun damage, while others were shocked to find a host of previously undetected signs of skin aging. Watch the video above to see how sunscreen stood to the test!

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6 comments

  1. Reblogged this on Feed the Skin You're In! and commented:
    This is just fantastic! If you didn’t wear sunscreen before, you will after this!

    1. Yes! It gives you a sense of urgency to apply sunscreen 24/7.

  2. Oh My Gosh!!!! This is a fantastic message to everyone to always wear sunscreen Thanks for posting.

  3. This is such an enlightening video – people need to realize that sunscreen is so important and crucial to their health and well being!

    1. Very true! I wish more people were aware of just how harmful it really is.

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