Sunscreen Can Damage Your Skin
How do you protect your skin from ultra violet radiation damage? Let me start with the scientific rule. The more you irritate the skin, the more it becomes inflamed, the faster you age and the more you are prone to skin cancer. This is the creed I follow with my facial treatments and product recommendations. So needless to say, I do not carry any sunscreen (nor recommend them) if they have synthetic chemicals that are strong irritants, such as oxybenzone, benzophenone, etc.
If there are ingredients that you can’t pronounce on the active ingredient label, this will tell you they are irritants and can cause skin cancer and age you faster. The only sunscreens I sell have zinc oxide and titanium dioxide as the active ingredients plus antioxidants.
Antioxidants, such as #VitaminC (my personal favorite), Vitamin E, Green Tea Extract, etc. are good at preventing sun damage. I’ve used a Vitamin C serum and other antioxidants for years, especially when I was golfing, and never had a burn. After being in the sun during the day I recommend using antioxidant serum with Cell Youth Actif to help with cellular repair to keep your face in great shape.
You can call me to purchase a Vitamin C serum, antioxidant serums, Shade, and Cell Youth Actif for protecting and repairing your skin.