Tests on six volunteers exposed to pulses of UV radiation showed the extract reduced sunburn symptoms by up to 78 per cent.
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NEW! Fancy-schmancy sunscreen with added broccoli juice extract!
So it would mean not having to reapply when swimming.
Instead, it works inside the body by boosting the production of enzymes that protect cells against UV damage and the risk of skin cancer.
Protection is said to last for several days.
Edited by frantique, 23 October 2007 - 04:43 PM.
So do you drink the juice or apply it like sunscreen? It looks like applying it like sunscreen... But then parents still should try and get children to eat vegetables!
I'm also guessing that parents wouldn't have to cajole little ones to eat their broccoli because they'd be getting the goodness from it through their skin.
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