Sun Damage Video Shows What Skin Looks Like Under Ultraviolet Light: Anybody Got Any SPF?!

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This video should alleviate any doubts about whether you need to be putting on sunscreen on a regular basis, even if you don't have any visible damage.

Check out what skin looks like under ultraviolet light:

Artist Thomas Leveritt had women and men of all ages view their faces under an ultraviolet lens, revealing a lot of things they did not expect.

Too much time unprotected in the sun (or tanning bed, Snooki) can increase freckles, age spots, and sun damage that might not be visible to the naked eye.

SPF, the active ingredient in sunscreen, is the best defense against aging. Under the ultraviolet camera, SPF shows up as a black barrier against UVA and UVB rays.

Without it? You're rolling the dice. The difference between regular folks and children (or vigilant sunscreen wearers) who appear flawless were striking.

While we like to see celebrities with and without makeup (below), we don't want to see them, or you, without sunscreen. Take care of the skin you're in ...

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian's doesn't lie about the fact that makeup MAKES her who she is. She's shared more than one tutorial about how to get her signature look using highlighting products to contour her face.

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