Melanin is a natural"barrier" to UV rays, which harm the body and can potentially cause skin cancer.
No, melanin helps protect the skin from ultraviolet damage. Sebum helps protect the skin from dryness.
To help protect the skin from sunburn.
This happens because the cells in your skin make extra melanin to help protect themselves from ultraviolet radiation.
Foods and herbs that help protect cells from damage(and hence reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer)are rich in ANTIOXIDANTS;examples include garlic,ginger,green tea,broccoli,tomatoes,strawberries,carrots and spinach.
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Yes it helps.
Hair can be bleached of color by the heat and radiation from the sun, melanin in the skin darkens to help prevent damage to it by the sun.Hair can be bleached of color by the heat and radiation from the sun, melanin in the skin darkens to help prevent damage to it by the sun.
Help protect healthy cells from the damage caused by the normal aging process as well as from certain types of cancer
The T cells help protect the body against viruses.
Loud sound causes damage to hearing by damaging the hair the hair cells of the inner hair. Those hair cells help protect the ear from noises that are higher than 85 decibels.
Lutein and other carotenoids are considered important because of their antioxidant properties. Antioxidants help to protect cells from damage caused by free radicals