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photoaging

noun pho·to·ag·ing \ˌfō-tō-ˈā-jiŋ\

Definition of PHOTOAGING

:  the cumulative detrimental effects (as wrinkles or dark spots) on skin that result from long-term exposure to sunlight and especially ultraviolet light

First Known Use of PHOTOAGING

1986

photoaging

noun pho·to·ag·ing \-ˈāj-iŋ\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of PHOTOAGING

:  the cumulative detrimental effects (as wrinkles or dark spots) on skin that result from long-term exposure to sunlight and especially ultraviolet light
pho·to·aged \-ˈājd\ adjective

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