DNA, Skin Protector

A sunscreen that includes a dose of DNA might be able to protect the skin from sun damage, Harper's Bazaar reports. It adds that the DNA-based sunscreen appears to get better at protecting the skin the longer it's in the sun and might not have to be re-applied that often.

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