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Far-UVC Radiation: Is It Safe for Your Skin?

Understanding how far-UVC radiation interacts with the skin is essential for its safe and effective use. The skin consists of multiple layers, with the outermost layer called the stratum corneum. Wavelengths below 230 nanometers are primarily absorbed by the stratum corneum, with minimal penetration into the deeper layers of the skin.This interaction has been scientifically…

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