How does sunscreen/spf work?

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How does sunscreen/spf work?

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It’s paint. While it seems clear in the colors of light we can see, it’s actually a pigment that absorbs energy from ultraviolet (UV) light. This color of light is what causes sunburns. So, it’s black paint to those burning rays.

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